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Intentional adulteration is a confusing term. It’s used interchangeably with food fraud, but the FDA labels intentional adulteration as tampering or terrorist-type acts. Under the FSMA Intentional Adulteration rule, the FDA now has specific implementation requirements for food companies. You may think you’re prepared with your existing food defense program, but that may not be the case.
In this session, we’ll clarify the various terms used in the industry and demystify what the FDA is looking for. Our two expert trainers, Jon Kimble, Safe Food Alliance, and Christopher Snabes, The Acheson Group, will explain how to develop a Food Defense Plan, conduct a vulnerability assessment, and create mitigation strategies. Attendees will leave this session with actionable information that will allow them to be ready for the FDA’s next onsite visit.