Registrar Corp’s Food Safety Specialists provide services to help you comply with FDA requirements under the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA). Select a service below to learn more.
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Food Safety Plans
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.
Foreign Supplier Verification Programs (FSVP)
Importers in the U.S. are responsible for developing FSVPs to verify the food they import is manufactured in methods equivalent to US food safety standards.
Food Defense Plans
Certain food facilities must develop plans to protect against adulteration of products meant to deliberately cause harm to consumers. Registrar Corp’s Food Safety Specialist can create a new or revise an existing Food Defense Plan for your facility.
If there is no U.S. owner or consignee of an article of food at the time of U.S. entry, the importer is the U.S. agent or representative of the foreign owner or consignee at the time of entry, as confirmed in a signed statement of consent to serve as the importer under this subpart (21 CFR 1.500). Registrar Corp may serve as your FSVP Agent or Representative depending on the type of product(s) and associated level of risk.
Under U.S. FDA’s Hazard Analysis and Risk-based Preventive Controls (“HARPC”) rule, certain food facilities must develop and implement written recall plans for any foods with a hazard requiring a control.