Produce Safety Rule 112 & PCHF - Verification Inspections For FSVP Importers
The FSVP Importer final rule requires that importers perform certain risk-based activities to verify that food imported into the United States has been produced in a manner that meets applicable U.S. safety standards.
Importers are responsible for actions that include:
Determining known or reasonably foreseeable hazards with each food
Evaluating the risk posed by a food, based on the hazard analysis, and the foreign supplier’s performance
Using that evaluation of the risk posed by an imported food and the supplier’s performance to approve suppliers and determine appropriate supplier verification activities
Conducting supplier verification activities
Conducting corrective actions
Our eteam of train auditors will visit your farms, packinghouses and food process facilites to conduct an evaluation of the compliance of the current Produce Safety Rule 112 or the Preventive COntrols Rule 117.
We perform unannounced verification inspections
Annual on-site verificaions of the supplier’s facility. or ranches. This is generally required when there is a reasonable probability that exposure to a hazard controlled by the foreign supplier will result in serious adverse health consequences or death to humans or animals (called a SAHCODHA hazard). However, the importer can choose another means of verification provided that the importer documents that the alternate choice is appropriate and provides adequate assurances that the foreign supplier is producing the food in accordance with applicable U.S. safety standards.
Why to perfom a verification using AgroFoodSafety.Com
Unlike other food safety audits in the market, our verification is solely centered on the Produce Safey Rule 112 or the Preventive Controls Rule 117. The emphasis is in helping importers in meeting the compliance of the regulation and at the same time guiding producers in meeting all areas of the parts of the regulation.
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