I am the Food Safety Manager for a Produce Wholesaler and Distributor. Our current GMP policy says that we do not allow jewelry except for a plain wedding band or medical alert bracelet. With the popularity of the "Fit Bit" would anyone consider allowing those? The risk to our product from a fit bit is practically non-existent so I'm struggling to come up with a good reason why we shouldn't allow it - other than simply saying, "It's our policy." My fear is that it will open the door to questions regarding other types of bracelets, watches or jewelry. We are SQF Level 2 certified and the code only dictates requirements for areas of the facility where product is exposed or repacked so we have wiggle room in that area. Again, my concern is that it will spark conversation about some of other jewelry requirements. What do you guys think? Do any of your companies allow fit bits or other jewelry? Insight is much appreciated!