– Food Fraud Vulnerability Assessment for Ingredients
– Meets the 21 CFR 121.130 for Food Defense Measures to identify significant vulnerabilities
and actionable process steps. To evaluate the potential public health impact if a contaminant
were added and the degree of physical access to the product.
– Assessment of likelihood that food fraud will affect the ingredient
– Assessment of the consequences of food fraud
– Prevention, Detection and Mitigation Activities
– List of approved suppliers
– List of approved ingredients
– Certificate of Analysis (COA)
– Product Specifications
– Country of Origin, if applicable
– Certificate of Free Sale, if applicable
– Certificate of Health – Sanitary, if applicable
– Letter of Guarantee, if applicable
– Certificate of Conformance, if applicable
– Completed form of Food Fraud Vulnerability Assessment for Ingredients
– 50 to 60 Ingredients
– 10 to 30 Business Days upon receipt of the completed information required for inputs.
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