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FSMA IQ Test Part III: Intentional Adulteration Rule

By Food Safety Tech Staff
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How well do you understand the FSMA Intentional Adulteration Rule? Take the test and find out.

The FSMA Intentional Adulteration rule provides a new level of compliance in food security and defense with specific requirements to be determined, implemented and maintained. The planning must include effective assessments on possible risk areas and steps for responding to these. Do you know the correct response to these questions?

Kestrel ManagementWorking with Bill Bremer, principal of food safety compliance at Kestrel Management, LLC, Food Safety Tech is continuing its FSMA IQ test series. Results will be posted monthly in our Food Safety Consortium newsletter leading up to the 2017 event.

Confirm your company responsibility in meeting FSMA Intentional Adulteration rule compliance by answering True or False.

 

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  1. Jose Marquez

    I have created the HARCP, and I added the AEM risk element to be analyzed,
    But the Intentional Risk was added in the Food Defense Plan – (Vulnerabilty Asessment)

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