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Depending on the application and the country, design rules and standards can vary, causing headaches for machine builders as they try to make designs more universal.
FDA has published a proposed rule requiring shippers that transport food to use sanitary transportation practices. The action is being taken to comply with provisions of the Food Safety Modernization Act and covers shippers that use motor vehicles or rail.
A June 10, 2011 report on Deutsche Welle states “bean sprouts are the likely source of an E. coli outbreak in Germany that has killed 31 people and made nearly 3,000 ill since May .” This information was attributed to Reinhard Burger, president of Germany’s federal infectious disease laboratory, the Robert Koch Institute (RKI).
The final deadline for the rule on intentional adulteration will come in May 2016.
The meeting will be held March 20, 2014 in College Park, MD.
The 2014 omnibus budget does not contain the required funding, according to FDA.
Food Automation & Manufacturing Conference and Expo - Food Safety Modernization Act: Are You Fully Prepared?
On Demand Under FSMA, food safety programs will shift to a prevention-based approach to food contamination, and all registered food facility will be required to develop a written hazard analysis and risk-based controls plan. This shift requires more detailed recordkeeping and active involvement by management.Read More
This in-depth one-day workshop will identify food plant operational requirements of the 2011 Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), including; Food Plant Registration, Mandatory recall, Administrative detention of products, Monetary penalties for individuals and companies, Produce Safety, The HACCPlike “Preventative Controls”, Use of FDA-Accredited Laboratories, Environmental Monitoring, Supplier Verification, Allergen Control, and Finished Product Traceability.Read More