Food Defense - Mitigation Strategies to Protect Food against Intentional Adulteration

The FDA's final FSMA rule has been published and is aimed at preventing the intentional adulteration of food. The goal of this new rule is to prevent acts that are intended to cause wide-scale harm by requiring food safety organizations to implement mitigation strategies that minimize the risk of intentional adulteration of food.

• Businesses that are exempt 
• Mitigation strategies as a part of FSMA 
• Contents of a Food Defense Plan 
- Vulnerability Assessments 
- Actionable Process Steps 
- Focused mitigation strategies 
- Monitoring, Corrective Actions and Verification 
• Qualified Individuals 
• Record-keeping 
• Implementation Dates 
• QA 

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