Food Safety & Regulations

An effective food legislation and food control is required for every nation to promote a safety food supply to protect consumers from contaminated foods. Food law is divided in two parts; Food Act and Food Regulations. Food act sets broad principle and Food Regulation contains detailed provisions. Incorporation in the law of detailed specifications about food standards, food processing, food hygienic practices, food packaging and food labeling may make for difficulties. A revision of regulations is necessary because of new scientific knowledge, changes in food processing technology to protect public health.  So food law is based on scientific studies. From the late twentieth century harmonization of Food Law on the international level is a worldwide trend. In order to promote a safe, honesty food supply and to prohibit the sale of foods that are unsafe, contaminated, and adulterated every nation needs an effective food legislation and food control service.

  • Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA)
  • Hazard Analysis & Critical Control Points (HACCP)
  • Hazard Analysis for Dairy Products
  • Hazard Analysis for Juices and Fruit Products
  • Hazard Analysis for Plant Foods and Products
  • Hazard Analysis for Fish and Fishery Products
  • Hazard Analysis for Retail Foods
  • Current Good Manufacturing Practices (CGMPs)
  • CGMP Modernization
  • HACCP and Food CGMP Regulations
  • CGMP Regulations to Certain Agricultural Operations
  • Food Safety Surveillance System

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