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US: FDA food facility registration webinar: What You Need to Know

United Fresh will host a webinar to answer key questions about the FDA’s Food Facility Registration Process. Beginning in 2012 under the Food Safety Modernization Act, FDA requires food facilities to renew their registration every two years. Registration renewals with FDA must be done before December 31, 2012.

United Fresh are inviting people to join them on Monday, November 19 for a one-hour webinar that will outline important information about who needs to register, how to register or renew your registration, and upcoming deadlines not to miss.

Amy Barringer, Director, Division of Field Programs and Guidance, FDA Office of Compliance, and David Gombas, Ph.D., Senior Vice President, Food Safety & Technology, United Fresh Produce Association, will address the following questions:

•Who is required to register or renew their registration?
•What changes have been made to the registration process?
•Which companies are exempt from registration?
•How do companies renew their registration and what information is required?
•When do registration updates need to be submitted?

Registration for the webinar is open to all interested parties, especially domestic and foreign facilities that manufacture, process, pack, or hold food for human or animal consumption in the United States. The cost to participate for United Fresh members is $25 and $50 for non-members.

For more information and to register click here.

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