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Food Safety Services

Registrar Corp’s team of Food Safety Specialists assists food and beverage facilities to comply with the FDA food safety regulations pertinent to their products, including new requirements under FDA’s Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA).

FSMA Services

Registrar Corp’s Food Safety Specialists are Preventive Controls Qualified Individuals (PCQIs) and can develop or review your business’ Hazard Analysis and Risk-based Preventive Controls (HARPC) Plan, Foreign Supplier Verification Program (FSVP), and Food Defense Plans. In addition, our specialists can conduct Onsite FSVP Food Safety Audits and FSMA Readiness Audits.

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Mock FDA Inspection Service

Food facilities that register with the FDA consent to an FDA inspection at any time. FDA inspections differ from other national food authority inspections and third party audits. Registrar Corp’s Mock FDA Inspection Service can assist a facility in preparing for an upcoming FDA inspection.

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FDA Compliance Monitoring

Under HACCP, FSVP, and HARPC, receiving facilities must monitor the FDA compliance status of their suppliers. Registrar Corp’s FDA Compliance Monitor® allows you to view the FDA compliance status of the all the companies you choose to monitor in one easy-to-use interface, as well as receive alerts 24/7 about any changes in a company’s compliance status.

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HACCP Plans (Seafood and Juice)

Facilities that process juice or seafood must develop and implement Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) Plans that address and control the food safety hazards associated with the seafood or juice products handled at the facility. Have Registrar Corp’s Food Safety Specialists develop or review your HACCP Plan.

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Master Manufacturing Records for Dietary Supplements

Dietary supplement manufacturers must prepare and follow written Master Manufacturing Records (MMRs) for each unique formulation and batch size of dietary supplements they manufacture to ensure uniformity in the finished batches. Registrar Corp’s Food Safety Specialists can review your Master Manufacturing Record for FDA compliance.

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