Food Defense and Intentional Adulteration Rule Training August 2019
The Food Defense and Intentional Adulteration Rule course hosted by the Food Protection and Defense Institute on August 20-21 in Minneapolis, MN provides the convenience and interaction of a single, in person class to more comprehensively learn the breadth and interconnections of IA Rule requirements including how to:
- Prepare a Food Defense Plan
- Conduct vulnerability assessments
- Identify and explain mitigation strategies
- Conduct reanalysis
The course includes instruction for all tasks where the IA Rule requires food defense qualified individuals conducting or overseeing these tasks to “have successfully completed training for the specific function at least equivalent to that received under a standardized curriculum recognized as adequate by FDA or be otherwise qualified through job experience to conduct the activities” (21 CFR 121.4(c)(2)).
A Global Food Supply
Our food system spans the globe so our research does as well.
Farm to Fork
Protecting the food system from the farm to your table.
The Food Protection and Defense Institute (FPDI) protects the global food supply through research, education, and the delivery of innovative solutions. We address vulnerabilities of the global food system through a comprehensive, farm-to-table view.
We partner with industry, government, NGOs, and academic stakeholders to help assure product integrity, supply chain resiliency, and brand protection throughout the food system. About us