How to Meet FSMA Regulations Through Equipment Design

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Better Products through Efficient Systems


Food safety starts with the right process and system design. The right equipment and the right procedures can make food safety precautions, cleanliness, and hazard analysis clearcut and straightforward, while the wrong equipment or system design can create unexpected problems. In the Food Manufacturer’s Guide to Safe, Efficient and Accurate Systems, we’ll explore these unexpected challenges, how to avoid them, and how to design for optimal food safety and efficiency.

What is in This Guide?


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Good Manufacturing Practices for Equipment

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System Design to Simplify Traceability

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Improving and Maintaining Recipe Consistency

Who Should Use this Guide?


Engineering Leads

Constructing a new plant or improving an existing one with state-of-the-art equipment requires careful attention to detail. In this guide, you’ll find helpful tips to avoid common food safety problems in food processing and select equipment that will be best for your facility.

Process Engineers

You know your process and requirements and we know how to create safe, efficient systems. Take an inside look at common system pitfalls and easy solutions to design a facility that works seamlessly.

HACCP Specialists

Overlooking even small details can mean big problems when it comes to food safety. Combine your knowledge of hazard analysis in your industry with our equipment-specific precautions to prevent problems before they happen.

About APEC


Since 1992, APEC has specialized in the design and manufacturing of ingredient automation equipment and controls for weighing, dosing, mixing, continuous blending, and coating. Our equipment and control systems weigh and control flow rates from grams to tons. We serve a variety of industries with such diverse applications as the automatic formulation of flavored drink mix, rubber products, plastics, cereal products, pet food, animal feed, brake linings, vitamin and mineral supplements, lawn patch, fertilizer, foam, and composite wood products.

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