FDA 21/05/13 Food Defense Plan Builder. FOOD SAFETY MAGAZINE - APRIL 2013 - FDA’s Changing Culture: What Every Food Company Needs to Know. REGULATORY REPORT | April/May 2013 By Joseph A.
Levitt and Veronica S. Knapp The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is undergoing a major culture change, and nowhere is that impact being felt more than in the food industry. This cultural change means that the practices that made food companies successful in the past may not be enough to make them successful today. Inspections FDA is conducting more domestic inspections than in recent years, completing more than 19,000 domestic facility inspections in 2011 (compared with approximately one-half that number 10 years ago), often in partnership with its counterpart state agencies. The demeanor of FDA personnel during inspections has changed as well. The impact of FDA’s culture change can be felt at the border and internationally as well. FOOD SAFETY MAGAZINE 14/11/13 FDA Publishes 2013 Food Code.
News | November 14, 2013 By Heidi Parsons The U.S.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Nov. 13 announced that, in conjunction with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), it has published the 2013 Food Code (eighth edition). As stated in the Introduction to the document, "the Food Code is a model code and reference document for state, city, county and tribal agencies that regulate operations such as restaurants, retail food stores, food vendors, and foodservice operations in institutions such as schools, hospitals, assisted living, nursing homes and child care centers.
Signed by FDA Commissioner Margaret Hamburg, FSIS Administrator Alfred V. "This edition of the Food Code reflects our current understanding of evidenced-based practices for the effective control of microbiological, chemical and physical hazards in food facilities that can cause foodborne illness. FRESH FRUIT PORTAL 18/11/13 U.S.: PMA presents 200-page document to FDA over food safety regulations. U.S.: PMA presents 200-page document to FDA over food safety regulations Send to a friend November 18th, 2013 The Produce Marketing Association (PMA) has called on the U.S.
FDA Uses Web Tool to Better the Odds for Food Safety. By: Ted Elkin When most people hear the words, “Monte Carlo,” they may think about high-stakes gambling.
FDA - Preventive Standards - Information available related to Preventive Standards under the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act ( Information available related to Preventive Standards under the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA).
Prevention as Cornerstone of FDA Food Safety Modernization Act About 48 million people (1 in 6 Americans) get sick, 128,000 are hospitalized, and 3,000 die each year from foodborne diseases, according to recent data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This is a significant public health burden that is largely preventable.â€¨
BLOG FDA 19/07/13 FDA Uses Web Tool to Better the Odds for Food Safety. Reportable Food Registry Annual Report. FDA 29/07/11 Questions et réponses sur la loi de modernisation de la sécurité sanitaire des aliments. In English Général | Frais | Inspection et conformité| Prévention Règle de sécurité des fruits et légumes | Importations |Étendue Plus d'infos sur les plumitifs, les instructions, les lois et les réglementations La FDA offre cette traduction à titre de service pour l’audience internationale.
Nous espérons que cette traduction vous sera utile. Général G. 1 Quelle est l’ampleur des maladies d’origine alimentaire aux États-Unis ? G. 2 Pourquoi cette loi est-elle nécessaire ? G. 3 Quels sont les principaux éléments de la loi ? Contrôles préventifs : pour la première fois, la FDA possède mandat législatif pour exiger des contrôles exhaustifs de prévention, de bout en bout de l’approvisionnement alimentaire.Inspection et conformité : la législation reconnaît l’importance des inspections pour tenir l’industrie responsable d'une production alimentaire salubre ; la loi précise donc la fréquence des inspections de la FDA auprès des producteurs alimentaires. Frais F.1.5 À combien s'élèveront les frais ? ITF - MARS 2012 - The FDA's Food Product Tracing Pilots:Meeting the Challenge of Traceability.
HHS USA - DEC 2011 - Vulnerabilities in FDA's oversight of State food facility inspections. FDA 09/09/11 Guidelines for the Validation of Analytical Methods for the Detection of Microbial Pathogens in Foods. FDA - MAI 2012 - Présentation : FSMA’s Impact on the Establishment of an Integrated Food Safety System (IFSS) OASIS Refusals by Country/Area of Manufacturer's for July 2013. FDA - JUILLET 2012 - Présentation : Challenges and Opportunities The Food Safety Perspective From Public Health. FDA 02/05/12 Présentation : FDA Foods Program Science and Research Steering Committee (SRSC) FDA 01/08/12 Remarks at the Foods Program Science and Research Conference. Remarks by Commissioner Margaret A.
Hamburg, M.D.2012 FDA Foods Program Science and Research ConferenceAugust 1, 2012 Thank you Dr. White for your gracious introduction – and for giving me this opportunity to welcome so many of our top food scientists to this Second Annual Foods Program Science and Research Conference. I think this is going to be an exceedingly worthwhile two-day event that will help us push forward on our critical mission to ensure the safety and quality of our nation’s food supply – from wherever it is grown, to however it is processed and stored, to wherever it is served. Protecting the safety and quality of our food supply is a cross-cutting endeavor that, when we fit all the pieces together, we call the Foods Program. Each brings to the table – and ultimately the American people’s kitchen table – its own research agenda, scientists and subject matter experts, specialized laboratories, policy analysts, and more.
They mean being proactive instead of being reactive. New law will empower FDA to improve safety of U.S. food: Act requires inspections, improves recalls. The nation’s much-anticipated strong new food safety law will grant a wide range of powers to the Food and Drug Administration, but some in the public health community are concerned that recent changes in Congress could mean some of the law’s initiatives will not be funded.
The FDA Food Safety Modernization Act, signed by President Barack Obama Jan. 4, requires food companies to write and test plans for the safe manufacture of food, gives FDA more control over food imports, and increases the number of inspections FDA must conduct of processing plants. It also gives FDA the power to order a mandatory recall of contaminated foods, which previously was handled voluntarily by manufacturers. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius called the act “the most significant food safety law of the last 100 years,” and said it would “bring food safety into the 21st century.”
Strategic Priorities 2011 - 2015' now available. For Immediate Release: April 20, 2011Media Inquiries: Raymond Formanek Jr., 301-796-4677; firstname.lastname@example.orgOther Inquiries: 888-INFO-FDA FDA ‘Strategic Priorities 2011 – 2015’ now available The U.S.
Food and Drug Administration today released the final version of a strategic priorities document outlining the goals that will guide the agency and its 12,000 employees through 2015. “It’s no secret that the FDA’s responsibilities have increased significantly over the past several years,” said FDA Commissioner Margaret A. Hamburg, M.D. Titled “Strategic Priorities 2011 – 2015: Responding to the Public Health Challenges of the 21st Century,” the 50-page document provides a vision of the FDA that includes: “Today, it is clear that the FDA’s job is fundamentally different – and far more complex than it was even a few years ago,” Hamburg said. “Science underlies everything we do,” Hamburg said.