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For Business

Sources to Courses offers an all-in-one integrated solution for businesses across the food supply industry — from farming to transportation to retail. Our easy-to-use, fully digital platform allows you to ditch paper-bound processes and leverage innovative technology to automate the tracking of inventory, employees, and operations. FDA regulations are continuously being updated and implemented globally, and S2C aims to make the transition as seamless as possible with validated data records that help you demonstrate compliance at all times.

Sources to Courses offers an all-in-one integrated solution for businesses across the food supply industry.
  • Many kinds of food fraud exist, the most common form being economically motivated adulteration (EMA). In every case, the intention is to deceive customers and increase profit. Food fraud can be difficult to detect and can pose serious health risks for consumers who may unknowingly ingest allergens that were not listed in the ingredients.

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  • The FDA is beginning to invest in tech-enabled traceability to expedite processes in tracking contaminated food back to its source in order to identify and eradicate foodborne illness outbreaks. The FDA recognizes that lack of transparency is a big hinderance to consumer safety and the overall supply chain. Sources to Courses can assist in these efforts with instant digital tracking capabilities and validated metadata that is recorded immutably.

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  • A sustainable food system is one that delivers lasting food security and nutrition. They are essential for reducing waste, maintaining safety, and ensuring that quality food is accessible to the population at large. Sources to Courses tackles the challenges of sustainability with transparent data records that provide reliable traceability.

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  • The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued new procedures in the form of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA). It includes the Produce Safety Rule that is described as “science-based minimum standards for the safe growing, harvesting, packing, and holding of fruits and vegetables.” 

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