Contracts, transactions and recordkeeping are essential components of manufacturing administration.
Until recently, the digital transformation of block chain management has mostly been linked to crypto currencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin, but commercially available applications are now available to refine the supply chain and improve data management.
What legal and regulatory challenges does block chain technology present to pet food manufacturers?
John Dillard, of the law firm Olsson, Frank and Weeda, will review legal concerns that businesses are facing when developing block chain management systems at the upcoming Pet Food Conference on Feb 12.
Dillard will provide a general overview of the manufacturing applications of traceability technology, such as block chain and whole genome sequencing.
He will also review current regulatory requirements and the future regulatory landscape, as well as block chain applications for increased customer trust and more precise recalls and explore potential legal pitfalls.
Register for the Pet Food Conference, which will be held in conjunction with the International Production and Processing Expo, before Jan. 14 to receive early-bird discount rates.
If you have questions about the Pet Food Conference, please contact Louise Calderwood, AFIA's director of regulatory affairs, at (703) 558-3568.