FSVP Enforcement: Learned Lessons from FDA's First Actions
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for several years told food importers that the agency was educating the community while it started regulating them under the Foreign Supplier Verification Program (FSVP). FSVP requires a food importer to create a due diligence program to review and approve its foreign suppliers, and conduct activities to verify that the food is produced in a manner that provides at least the same level of safety as the U.S. requirements. Starting in Spring 2020, FDA started to fully enforce FSVP by issuing Warning Letters, import alerts, and even import refusals for non-compliance.
This webinar, FDA's Foreign Supplier Verification Program (FSVP) Enforcement is Here! Learned Lessons from FDA's First Actions and What Importers Can do to Avoid FDA Enforcement explores the lessons that can be learned from these first enforcement actions and provides practical recommendations for what food importers can do to minimize the risk of FDA enforcement.
This webinar will be presented by John Johnson III and Elizabeth Fessler of law firm Shook, Hardy & Bacon L.L.P.
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