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Dairy Facts 2016

Webinar Recording: FSMA Rule on Intentional Adulteration

Emily R. Lyons, Director of Regulatory Affairs and Counsel, International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA); Joseph A. Levitt, Partner, Hogan Lovells; Ryan Newkirk, Ph.D., MPH, Policy Analyst Food Defense and Emergency Coordination Staff Center for Food Safe

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Electronic (digital download/no shipping)

Member Price - $195.00
Non Member Price - $295.00

Description:

On May 26, 2016, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) published the last major rule stemming from the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA). This rule is designed to counteract the possibility, however unlikely, that an act of intentional adulteration could affect the U.S. food supply and cause widespread public harm. This IDFA webinar recording will teach you more about how the Mitigation Strategies to Protect Food Against Intentional Adulteration rule, also known as the Food Defense rule, could affect the way your business operates. The Food Defense rule requires food companies to create and maintain a written food defense plan for their facilities. In these plans, facilities must identify and implement strategies that address significant vulnerabilities, establish and maintain food defense monitoring procedures and corrective actions, maintain records monitoring these actions and ensure that employees are properly trained. Topics addressed will be how companies can create and implement these plans, and how companies that have already developed food defense plans can update them to ensure they are compliant with the new regulation.

Product Details:

Product ID: WEMPDP160623V
Publication Year: 2016