ReposiTrak, the world’s largest food traceability and regulatory compliance network, has added two seafood suppliers to the ReposiTrak Traceability Network.
Salt Lake City, Utah-based Park City Group, parent company of ReposiTrak, stated the new users will exchange complex, FDA-required Key Data Elements for each Critical Tracking Event in the supply chain, ensuring compliance ahead of the January 2026 deadline.
The suppliers will use the ReposiTrak Traceability Network with an in-network retail grocery chain with nearly 300 stores.
The users include a Massachusetts-based seafood processor with a 108-year history and a Chesapeake Bay company operating a shellfish factory, seafood processing plant and on-site aquaculture farm
“For many seafood companies like these, many if not all of the products they harvest or handle are covered under the FDA’s new FSMA 204 food traceability law,” said Randy Fields, ReposiTrak chairman and CEO. “Our solution makes traceability easy and inexpensive so that operators can continue doing business the way they always have.”
The ReposiTrak Traceability Network requires no additional hardware or software. The ReposiTrak team assists in making the connections needed under the new regulation. Suppliers can connect to an unlimited number of trading partners and begin sharing data for a low, flat fee, and there is no cost to retailers.
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