If you are a supplier and have to conduct a market withdrawal or recall, you must provide the retailer with information required to rapidly pull product from store shelves. Effective procedures are essential for protecting public health and your brand. The reality is, it often does not go as smoothly as planned. How can you partner with your retailer to ensure an expedient recall?

Join Alchemy and SQFI for a free, live webinar as we provide:

  • Risk management tools to help strengthen the relationship with your retailer
  • Insights from SQF’s recent poll outlining challenges retailers face with their suppliers
  • Best practices for strengthening retailer relationships

Webinar: Food Recalls: How Effective Supplier/Retailer Planning Can Protect Your Brand
Date: Friday, June 19, 2015
Time: 1:00 pm CDT | 2:00 pm EST | 11:00 am PST

Featured Panelists:

LeAnn Chuboff
LeAnn has over 25 years of food service experience specializing in supply chain food safety and quality assurance and is responsible for the technical elements of the SQF program including the development, maintenance and technical support of the SQF code and supporting materials. Prior to working at the SQF Institute, LeAnn worked for the National Restaurant Association Solutions as the Director of Science and Regulatory Relations. In this role, she was responsible for the technical accuracy of the ServSafe food safety program and developed program and services on food safety and food defense to fit with all segments of the restaurant industry.

Holly Mockus
Holly has over 30 years of experience in the food industry with companies including ConAgra, Kellogg, and Sara Lee, holding leadership positions in food safety, quality assurance, sanitation, and plant regulatory affairs. She has authored several chapters related to the importance of recordkeeping and documentation in the food industry, and was honored with the 2013 SQF Outstanding Achievement Award. Currently, Holly works with the Alchemy systems Engineering and Creative teams to create solutions that help the food industry meet its safety, quality, and productivity objectives.