Results: FSMA IQ Test on Intentional Adulteration Rule

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The results are revealed in part III of this year’s FSMA IQ test series.

The results are in for this year’s final FSMA IQ test on the intentional adulteration rule. If you didn’t take the test yet, follow this link. Find out how you fared below.

  1. The Intentional Adulteration program that must be developed can rely on food security issues addressed by Preventive Control programs.
    • FALSE
    • 39.51% answered correctly
  2. In developing your Intentional Adulteration Plan, you must determine vulnerabilities to your food product risks.
    • TRUE
    • 98.81% answered correctly
  3. Your written program is called a Food Security Plan.
    • FALSE
    • 62.65% answered correctly
  4. There is no reanalysis provision for Intentional Adulteration programs and Food Defense Plans under the rule.
    • FALSE
    • 89.29% answered correctly
  5. The Intentional Adulteration compliance plan must include the monitoring of certain key areas.
    • TRUE
    • 95.18% answered correctly
  6. Only large food companies over a certain size need to develop and establish a Food Defense Plan under the FSMA Intentional Adulteration rule.
    • TRUE
    • 6.02% answered correctly
  7. There is now risk assessment associated with the Intentional Adulteration rule requirements.
    • FALSE
    • 10.84% answered correctly
  8. Mitigation strategies within the Food Defense Plan are key components to a compliant program.
    • TRUE
    • 96.43% answered correctly
  9. Each point, step, or procedure in the facility’s process must be included in the Intentional Adulteration vulnerability assessment process.
    • TRUE
    • 80.72% answered correctly
  10. Economic adulteration is a key component of the FSMA Intentional Adulteration rule?
    • FALSE
    • 23.81% answered correctly

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