Regulations The Food Safety Modernization Act and other regulations provide clear guidelines to help ensure the quality and safety of the US food supply.
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Regulations

FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) LogoSigned into law in 2011, the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) reflects how essential a safe food supply is to the health and well-being of society.

We’ve designed these pages to help you understand the provisions of the FSMA, including the Produce Safety Rule (21 CFR Part 112) and Preventive Controls for Human Foods Rule (21 CFR Part 117).

These rules are specifically geared toward those who grow, harvest, and pack produce for sale, with the goal of improving the safety of food for all Americans.

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Produce Safety Rule

A new regulation that covers the minimum food safety standards for growing, harvesting and packing produce on farms.
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Code of Federal Regulations (CFR)

This document houses the statutes that comprise the Food Safety Modernization Act and other federal laws.
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Preventive Controls for Human Foods Rule

This rule ensures that reasonable measures and precautions are taken to minimize the risk of food contamination.