Foreign Supplier Verification Programs (FSVP):
The Preventive Controls for Foreign Supplier Verification Program (FSVP) regulation is designed to help ensure the safety of imported food and ingredients that come into the United States. Food processors and manufacturers who use imported products must assure their Supply Chain partners’ products fully comply with these FDA standards and Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) regulations and guidelines. This includes verifying importers’ hazard analysis and risk-based preventive controls and practices meet these guidelines, both in their foreign based production facilities, and also as the food ingredients travel through the supply chain and come into port in the United States. If you manufacture food products using foreign sourced ingredients, it’s a vital part of your Food Safety practices. Your Missouri Enterprise Food Safety Project Managers can help you understand the requirements and best practices for compliance.
FSVP for Food Safety Compliance on Imported Products.
Missouri Enterprise will educate you and your staff on the rules and regulations related to FSVP and help you design a plan to implement best practices for compliance. With our expert guidance, your Workforce and facility will gain important knowledge to properly implement FSVP requirements for importers of food for humans and animals.
- Understand the FSVP process to evaluate imported products and supplies against FSVP verification requirements.
- Implement valid supplier verification practices including corrective actions and the approval process.
- Establish and implement an FSVP compliant record keeping system.
- Develop your actionable plan for compliance with the FSVP process.