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HealthPack 2014 in Albuquerque included a number of exhbitor booths.
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Are medical device manufacturers overwhelmed with standards?

Medical device standards and regulations generate discussion at HealthPack 2014’s opening day.
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Desmond Hunt addressed U.S. Pharmacopeia issues at PDA Europe 2014.
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PDA Europe addresses regulatory and standards issues

Regulatory and standards agencies must move forward to take into account complex biologics, single-use manufacturing, improved testing methods, etc.
Eric Greenberg is Principal Attorney at Eric F. Greenberg P.C., a law firm that concentrates its practice in food and drug law, packaging law, and commercial litigation. He can be reached at greenberg@efg-law.com or at 312-977-4647.
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Packaging adds safety, other benefits

The recently passed DQSA law is an important part of the picture, but only part of the story of how packaging’s role in safety is increasing.
Dirk Rodgers, who contributed to Healthcare Packaging’s Pharmaceutical Serialization Playbook, is an independent consultant and founder of RxTrace.
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The future of healthcare supply chain security

We know more about how healthcare supply chain security will work in 2024 than looking forward in any previous 10-year period.
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Food fraud (and related issues) to the forefront

We’re still early in 2014, but “food fraud” might be this year’s hot phrase.
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Download these free food safety packaging resources

The critical role of HACCP in food safety and the emerging requirements of the FSMA have led many professionals across the packaging supply chain to collaborate
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GMA Checklist Offers Seven Steps to Food Safety Compliance

Ensuring the safety of our products – and maintaining the confidence of consumers – is the single most important goal of the food industry; here are the steps to do it.
Fig. 1: A ‘single’ hazard such as mixing labels can have many CCPs, or Critical Control Points, as seen in this illustration, where mixing can occur on pouches (CCP 1), in cartons (CCP 2), on corrugated (CCP 3), and on pallets (CCP 4).
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HACCP for packaging: Rules and realizations

Whichever path a packaging supplier takes to get training, there are some rules, which HACCP speaks to, that supplier must keep in mind.
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HACCP for Packaging: Addressing the critical knowledge gap

When Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points (HACCP) methodology is applied to packaging, it can be a powerful tool, but because of application nuances, it has been more difficult to adopt.
FSMA can be likened to 'HACCP on steroids,' per Robert Gravani, Cornell University food science professor.
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Don't panic; the FSMA is 'just' HACCP on steroids!

Here's what food and beverage packaging professionals need to know about the Food Safety and Modernization Act (FSMA) to prevent a sense of information overload.

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