Under the Food Safety Modernization Act of 2011 (“FSMA”), foreign and domestic food facilities must write and implement Food Safety Plans, and importers in the U.S. are responsible for developing Foreign Supplier Verification Programs to verify the proper implementation of these Food Safety Plans. Although many facilities have food safety programs such as HACCP, ISO 22000, or BRC, writing and implementing a FDA Food Safety Plan is a new and different requirement.
Registrar Corp’s Food Safety Specialists can develop new food safety plans and programs for your facility or review your current systems and documentation. For existing plans and programs, Registrar Corp reviews for completeness, effectiveness, and regulatory compliance.
Are you unsure of how FDA’s FSMA requirements apply to you? Use Registrar Corp’s FSMA Compliance Wizard to learn how these new requirements may apply to your company.
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