At (a nationally branded provider of baked beans), conducted vulnerability assessments on multiple sites using the FDA CARVER + Shock software tool, and created food defense plans based on best practices, company culture and a consensus among company participants.  This resulted in a common approach across the organization, and full adherence to the anticipated requirements of the Food Safety Modernization Act.

We have also taught Food Defense workshops all over the world with FBI, FDA, USDA and the State Department.  We reached over 35 developing countries and over 3500 participants.


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