Importing and Food Safety: Developing a FSMA-Compliant Supply Chain Verification Program
Don’t miss our experts in a live webinar as they talk with Goya Foods, Inc. and address the FDA's food safety requirements for importing food into the US and provide best practices for developing a foreign supplier verification program.
Jul 08, 2021, 14:00
Jul 08, 2021, 15:00
Food importing is one of the most ancient global trades and recently had an update in the United States due to the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA). Now in effect, FSMA hands to importers an increased responsibility to attest to how the food and drinks were made and comply with the requirements of the Foreign Supplier Verification Program (FSVP) rule.
In this webinar, SGS partners with Goya Foods, Inc. to share best practices on managing a global supply chain and how Goya Foods is navigating the regulations affecting the import of food and food ingredients to the US.
This webinar will address the FDA's food safety requirements for importing food into the US and provide best practices for developing a foreign supplier verification program.
- FSVP Compliance - Where do we stand?
- Practical Application
- Goya's experience in addressing FSVP requirements
- Early challenges
- Program benefits and the way forward
This webinar is aimed at:
- Importers, agents, and brokers involved with importing food and ingredients from foreign suppliers into the US
- US Manufacturers purchasing food and ingredients from foreign facilities
- Foreign suppliers wanting to learn more about FSMA and FSVP
Ronald B. Giles - Quality Assurance Director, Goya Foods, Inc.
Hank Karayan - Global FSMA Program Director, SGS
Lina Bush - Northeast Regional Manager, SGS North America, Inc.
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For further information, please contact:
Marketing Specialist, Food
t: +1 201 508 3065