The NCR FSMA and Iowa State University Extension and Outreach recently updated a Checklist for Retail Purchasers of Fresh Food.
Today, the FDA released the first of three installments of a draft guidance document designed to support compliance with the Intentional Adulteration (IA) Rule under the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA). The remaining two installments are expected to come out later this year.
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Find the minutes from the January Training Advisory Council Meeting here:
As part of an ongoing effort to make the oversight of food safety stronger and more efficient, FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, M.D., and U.S Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue announced a new collaborative effort to streamline produce safety requirements for farmers by aligning the USDA Harmo
Read the June 2018 newsletter here.
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The application portal for the Voluntary Qualified Importer Program (VQIP) opened in January, however FDA does not anticipate that any importers will be able to apply during this application cycle while certification bodies (also known as third-party auditors) receive their accreditation under th
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Below is a Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) from the USDA Foreign Agricultural Service for U.S.
The IAFP Microbial Modelling and Risk Analysis and the Meat and Poultry Safety and Quality Professional Development Groups are hosting a webinar series entitled “Practical Applications of Microbial Modeling”. As you know, applications of microbial modeling and risk assessment are critically
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A new section of the FDA Data Dashboard has been launched to help importers and manufacturers/processors meet supply-chain requirements under the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) by helping them more easily find compliance and enforcement information related to specific firms. Three
Measuring the Economic Value of Research: The Case of Food Safety
May 2, 2018
Scientific expertise and research are key foundations of the work conducted within FDA’s Foods and Veterinary Medicine (FVM) program. Human and animal food safety, animal health and nutritional science are primary drivers of FVM’s research efforts.
Read the May 2018 edition of the newsletter here.
Read about the success they are having in Minnesota as they use farmers as trainers for the Produce Safety Alliance course.
You can read about all we've accomplished in the past year in our Year Two Report.
Read you can read about the FDA's work on agricultural water in a blog post by Dr. Samir Assar here.
Do You Still Qualify for a FSMA Exemption? FDA Updates Inflation Adjusted Cut-Offs
March 30, 2018