DO YOU UNDERSTAND THE FSMA REQUIREMENTS FOR INTENTIONAL ADULTERATION?
The Food Protection and Defense Institute (FPDI) has developed a facility-based educational tool addressing key food defense components of the 2011 Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) and subsequent final rules.
The Food Defense Readiness Assessment 2.0 will help you understand the requirements within FSMA for preventing Intentional Adulteration (IA) and Economically Motivated Adulteration (EMA):
- Key food defense activities required by and supportive of the Preventive Controls for Human Foods and Intentional Adulteration rule will be presented
- As you learn about FDA food defense regulatory requirements and best practices, you will assess your current facility practices to understand your facility’s compliance readiness
- Following the assessment, you will receive a Readiness Report with the facility’s readiness score for four strategic food defense areas: EMA, IA Mitigation Strategies, Management and Operation, and Industry/Government Cooperation
- With the readiness score for each of the four strategic areas, a list of suggested next steps will be presented along with recommended additional informational resources
Facilities required to comply with the Mitigation Strategies to Protect Food Against Intentional Adulteration final rule (21 CFR 121) including:
- Those that want to know about FSMA Intentional Adulteration requirements
- Those with limited or no food defense program
- Those that would like to know how their food defense program can be improved
The Food Defense Readiness Assessment 2.0 would not apply to farm and retail establishments.
Purchase Online Assessment Package for $99.95 per facility* which includes the assessment, report and optional 30-minute call to discuss report
*Only one assessment can be purchased per e-mail address. For those needing more than one assessment, please contact the FDRA coordinator at email@example.com.