Maintaining production schedules and following strict guidelines can be challenging in food processing plants. Under the watchful eye of the FDA, USDA and other regulatory agencies, seafood and food processing plants are faced with many challenges. With tight margins and ever-expanding operating expenses, the costs of meeting specifications may seem out of reach sometimes. Fines, production delays, and lost revenue are all at stake. Controlling climate and humidity are a few of the steps that can help Seafood and Food Processing plants avoid the top 5 violations issued in 2017 by the FDA.