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On April 3, the FDA announced temporary policies regarding compliance with FSMA’s Foreign Supplier Verification Program (FSVP) during the COVID-19 pandemic. Remote inspections are underway, with companies in New York and California recently receiving FDA warnings.
What do the current requirements mean for your business and how can you ensure your foreign suppliers are appropriately assessed and managed? Document review and other verification activities are still required.
It’s important to remain vigilant with your food safety program and keep your customers safe no more than ever.
Please join Supplier Quality Manager for John B. Sanfilippo & Son Inc, James Chu, for a closer look at how to comply with temporary FSVP policy updates, including how to verify suppliers remotely and how your company should prepare in the event of a remote FDA inspection.
The latest regulatory updates on temporary FDA procedures and off-site audits.
FDA Guidance on conducting Hazard Analysis and Risk Assessments.
Recordkeeping and monitoring requirements for foreign suppliers.
How to standardize and digitize quality and compliance documents for FSVP (CFR 21 subpart L) and Supply Chain Programs.
How to conduct a supply chain risk assessment, highlighting risk by suppliers, items, and locations.
How to receive automatic alerts for key ingredients, formulas, and emerging supply chain issues.
Supplier Quality Manager | JBSS
James Chu is the Supplier Quality Manager for John B. Sanfilippo & Son Inc., a leading processor and distributor of tree nuts and peanuts in the United States. Before JBSS, James spent more than a decade in a variety of QA roles across the food and beverage, and medical industries, working for notable companies such as Kraft Heinz. As a certified PCQI and FSVP Lead Instructor, James brings a wealth of knowledge for businesses seeking to drive quality and compliance programs.
Senior Account Executive | TraceGains
James Yarbrough is a Senior Account Executive for TraceGains. Starting at the company in 2013, James helped guide many companies along their food safety, compliance and quality software buying processes, working with notable companies such as Jiffy Mix, RX Bar, and Now Foods. James is PCQI certified and leads onboarding sessions to train new TraceGains employees on the food, beverage, supplement, and CPG industries’ evolving trends and regulations.