On Nov. 27, 2015, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration published its final rule for implementing the Foreign Supplier Verification Program (FSVP), a significant provision of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA). The FSVP requires that anyone importing food into the United States perform certain risk-based activities to ensure it meets U.S. safety standards. On Mar. 19, 2018, most imported food shipments became subject to FSVP requirements.
How the rule applies is one of the first questions asked about the FSVP. If you’re struggling to understand the Foreign Supplier Verification Program rule, you’re not alone. Our eBook covers everything you need to know to comply with the rule and reduce your supply chain risk.
We've Enlisted Regulatory & Food Safety Attorneys to Help
Are you the importer? What if you’re a broker? What are the necessary elements of an effective verification program?
To help answer these questions and clarify any remaining gray areas, TraceGains enlisted Marc Sanchez, a Boulder, Colorado, regulatory attorney specializing in FDA and USDA law, and Shawn Stevens, a Milwaukee food safety lawyer. With their expert insight and with several real-world examples, they help break down the rule’s components and provide much-needed clarity.
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