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FDA Has Started to Enforce the New IA Rule. So Now What?
FDA Has Started to Enforce the New IA Rule. So Now What?
While the FDA began enforcing its new FSMA intentional adulteration rule on March 1, the rule actually went into effect months earlier. Earl Arnold, manager of food defense/FSMA, operations and quality assurance at AIB International, said the FDA agreed to delay inspections until this month to allow for more complete training materials.
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4 Highlights from FDA’s Supplemental Draft Guidance for the Intentional Adulteration Rule
4 Highlights from FDA’s Supplemental Draft Guidance for the Intentional Adulteration Rule
The FDA just released the Supplemental Draft Guidance for Industry: Mitigation Strategies to Protect Food Against Intentional Adulteration. This third and final portion adds to the previously published draft guidance with chapters covering food defense corrective actions, food defense verification, reanalysis, and recordkeeping. It also includes appendices on FDA’s mitigation strategies database and how businesses can determine Small and Very Small Businesses status under the IA rule.
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Protect Your Facility from Intentional Harm and Comply with New FDA Regulations
Protect Your Facility from Intentional Harm and Comply with New FDA Regulations
Food production safety used to be limited to external threats, many of which could be controlled by simply erecting a fence or adding a key card system. Securing the safety of food production was a matter of securing your facility. Unfortunately, today’s biggest threats to food safety can come from both external and internal threats attacking the safety of the food supply – some of which may be intentional.
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Consumers’ Demands Underscore Need for Food Fraud Training
Consumers’ Demands Underscore Need for Food Fraud Training
Food fraud has become one of the biggest threats to the global food system today. With consumers eating more packaged food and the supply chain becoming more complex, companies need to minimize their food fraud risks if they want to position their brand as aligning with consumer demand for transparency and trust.
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How Food Fraud Is Becoming More Prevalent
How Food Fraud Is Becoming More Prevalent
Imagine more than 450,000 diners are preparing to order meals at NYC’s best restaurants for the 2017 NYC Restaurant Week. These diners are counting on a culinary experience after paying a hefty reservation fee.
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