With the number of food scares on the rise across the United States, the FDA has taken an active role to curb issues of food safety. The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) is one such act that gives authority to take preventive measures to avoid food-borne outbreaks. As demand increases, these changes are expected to have a positive impact on sanitary equipment manufacturers. In this research, an in-depth analysis of the impacts on the regulations for pump manufacturers is highlighted with market data on North American sanitary pumps. Key strategies to leverage the market potential conclude the research study.
Targeted focus, tiered strategy, and innovative technology fitting the needs for this regulated industry will help in seizing this opportunity.
Investments coupled with implementation of Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) regulations are opening new opportunities for sanitary pumps.
The FSMA focuses on prevention; FSMA regulations grant the FDA the authority to act preventatively rather than reactively.
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