As FDA outlined in thedraft guidance, which was issued in March, the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) updated the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FD&C Act) with several new sections that referenceintentional adulteration.
GOED explained in a press release thatthe FDA defined Key Activity Types (KAT) that it determined to be "significantly vulnerable," including companies engaged in:
- Bulk liquid receiving and loading;
- Liquid storage and handling;
- Secondary ingredient handling.
- What is required to be compliant with the IA rule?
- What are the responsibilities of the Food Defense Qualified Individual?
- What does a Food Defense Plan include?
- How does my company conduct a vulnerability assessment?
- Options for developing and implementing mitigation strategies
- FDA resources for the Intentional Adulteration Rule