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Provisions effective upon enactment in Jan ‘11:

Expanded records access (101)

User fees authority (107)

Port shopping (115)

Increased inspection frequency (201)

Mandatory recall authority (206)

Import certification authority (303)

Foreign food facility inspection author (306)

Whistleblower protection (402)

May, 2011

October, 2011

Administrative Detention Interim Final Rule (207)

Farm-related activities rulemaking (103)

Prior notice of imported food regs amendment (304) Food tracing pilot project (204)

Food Safety Modernization Act

Implementation Timeline for food processors

January, 2012

Produce Safety Standards NPR (105)

GAP Update (105)

Food Defense Guidance (106)

Nat’l Ag & Food Defense Strategy (108)

Import numeric identifier study (110)

High-risk foods list (204)

State/local capacity survey (205)

Grocery RFR postings (211)

Foreign Supplier Verification Guide (301)

Foreign Supplier Verification Regs (301)

January, 2013

Food Safety Plans for small entities (103)

Food safety/security practices report (110)

Lab Accreditation Program (202)

Recordkeeping for high-risk foods NPR (204)

Enforcement of Foreign Supplier Verification Regs (301)

Foreign food safety capacity plan (305)

3 rd Party Audit Accreditation Program (307)

July, 2013

Food testing procedures (202)

Small Entity CPG on additional recordkeeping for high-risk foods (204)

J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D

July, 2011

Registration Suspension authority (102)

Small Entity CPG for registration suspension (102)

Small Entity CPG for Food Safety Plans (103)

Fish Hazards & Controls Guidance update (103)

Small business fee burden assessment (107)

DHS Food & Ag Coordinating Council report (109)

Administrative detention standards lowered (207)

Food safety training outreach activities (209)

Refused entry notification (304)

Smuggled food strategy (309)

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April, 2012

October, 2012

Recall search engine (206)

Biennial registration (102)

July, 2012

Food Safety Plan general provisions (103) Dietary Ingredients Guidance (113)

Food Safety Plan Regulations (103) Food tracing pilot results (204)

Small/very Small facility definitions (103) Additional RFR requirements (211)

FDA food sector study (103) Voluntary Qualified Importer Program (302)

Food Safety Plan minimum standards (103) Voluntary Qualified Importer Guidance (302)

Farm–related Activities Final Regulations (103) Prior notice of refused entry (304)

Food Defense Regulations (106) 3 rd Party Audit Conflict of Interest Regs (307)

Sanitary Transportation Regulations (106) Regulatory audit standards (307)

April, 2013

Produce Standards Final Regs (105)

Beyond 2013:

Jan ’14: Food Safety Plans for very small entities (103)

Jan ’16: Electronic registration (102)

No deadline:

Performance standards (104)

Product tracing system (204)

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FOOD SAFETY MODERNIZATION ACT

The passage of the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act transforms FDA’s food safety program by

providing it with new public health mandates and enhanced tools for ensuring the safety of the food

supply in the 21st Century. The central purpose of the new law is to better protect public health by

preventing food safety problems, rather than primarily reacting to problems after they occur.

Preventive controls

FDA has a legislative mandate to require comprehensive, prevention-based controls.

• Hazard analysis, controls, corrective actions

• Produce safety standards

Inspection and Compliance

The legislation recognizes that effective, efficient, risk-based inspection is an important means of

holding industry accountable for their responsibility to produce safe products.

Imported Food Safety

The legislation provides significant enhancements to FDA’s ability to achieve greater oversight of the

food products coming into the United States from other countries.

• Foreign supplier verification programs

• Foreign facility inspection authority

• Import certification authority

• Qualified voluntary importer program

Enhanced Partnerships

The legislation recognizes the importance of strengthening existing collaboration among all food

safety agencies – Federal, state, local, territorial, tribal, and foreign – to achieve FDA public health goals. It

also recognizes the importance of building the capacity and training of state, local, territorial and tribal

food safety programs as well as building labs and food safety programs, and other food safety activities.

Source: FDA Strategic Priorities 2011 -2015

Food Safety

Modernization Act

Implementation Timeline

for food processors

ABOUT THE NORTHWEST FOOD PROCESSORS ASSOCIATION

Organized in 1914, the Northwest Food Processors Association (NWFPA) represents the complex, varied

interests of food processors in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington. NWFPA is headquartered in Portland,

Oregon, and has a current membership roster of over 450 member companies. Among these members,

about 80 food processors operating over 200 production facilities throughout the Pacific Northwest.

Changing to reflect the diverse background of food firms throughout the region, the Association’s

membership has expanded over the past several years to include seafood, poultry, dairy, bakeries,

specialty and fresh-cut.

For more information contact Connie Kirby, VP, Scientific and Technical Affairs (ckirby@nwfpa.org, 503.327.2206)

8338 NE Alderwood Road, Suite 160, Portland OR 97220 – Phone 503.327.2200 – www.nwfpa.org

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