In the podcast, Preston discusses his new book Food Safety Regulatory Compliance: Catalyst for a Lean and Sustainable Food Supply Chain (Resource Management. The podcast can be found at the transcription link, Will Food Safety drive Innovation? (http://aprecs7.centricityllc.com/
Host of the ApRecs Podcast, Joe Dager says about the book:
The book starts with a summary that gives you an overall perspective of current conditions and then breaks down into particular issues facing the food industry. Each chapter contains questions at the end to facilitate your learning journey or to determine if you need to read the chapter. The book is superbly written and could be read from cover to cover. I chose to read it in the order of my individual preferences. This book could be used for an organization's internal textbook that would facilitate understanding of the needs driving the industry and how our organization needs to adjust.
I recommend the book for Lean Practitioners entering the Food Safety world and for existing companies within the Food Safety Chain. This book covers from field to fork with a realistic perspective of current market conditions. I have continually referenced the material and congratulate the author on an excellent book.
ApRecs provides simple to use, food safety record keeping solutions so that Growers can focus on growing; Packers can ship to market quickly, and Marketers can be reassured of a compliant product. Their solutions include an online website, mobile apps and paper forms that make it easy to track spray records, applicators, and equipment and location maps in a simple and secure manner. The growers control who sees what information and when. In addition to full-service training and support, they provide a service that converts paper records into actionable information—