If you're confused about some of the specifics of FSMA's Foreign Supplier Verification Program rule, you're not alone.
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 within the FSVP rule, TraceGains enlisted the help of Marc Sanchez, a regulatory attorney specializing in FDA and USDA law, and Shawn Stevens, a global food safety lawyer. With their expert insight, we break down the components of the rule and provide a better understanding by outlining several real-world examples.
FSVP allows companies to hold importers accountable for ensuring the products they bring into the United States meet the same safety standards as domestically produced food.
Download this guide for expert insight into the FSVP rule so you can reduce supply chain risk for your business.