St. Louis Partner Brandon Neuschafer was quoted in the December issue of Food Engineering about the ability to track and keep food and beverage safe during shipment and FMSA’s Proposed Rule on Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Food, which will be finalized by the end of March. The new FMSA rules help provide clarity on who in the supply chain is responsible for the safety of the food. “Manufacturers are always concerned about what happens with product after if leaves their possession. They certainly have to know to whom they’re distributing the product – the next person in the chain,” Neuschafer said. It can be hard for a processor to know all the risks in the entire supply chain, but, according to Neuschafer, “that’s not always possible, and it requires a whole lot of information and tracking, particularly when you get into the multiple steps of the distribution process.” Technology is offering more affordable options to track real-time data that may become the new norm, but Neuschafer stated that “the courts are sorting through issues like this right now.” Click here to read the full article.