Proposed subpart D would implement the provisions of section 418(l)(3) of the FD&C Act and establish the conditions under which an exemption granted to a "qualified facility" could be withdrawn, and the procedures that would be followed to withdraw such an exemption.
F. Proposed Subpart F--Requirements Applying to Records That Must Be Established and Maintained
Proposed subpart F would establish requirements that would apply to all records that would be required by the various proposed provisions of proposed part 507, including:
* General requirements related to the content and form of records;
* Additional requirements specific to the food safety plan;
* Requirements for record retention;
* Requirements for official review of records by
* Public disclosure.
VI. Compliance Dates
Section 103(i)(1) of FSMA,
FDA is implementing the amendments made by section 103 to the FD&C Act through this rulemaking for animal food (except as they relate to intentional contamination).
Most animal food facilities have not been subject to CGMPs and no animal food facility has been subject to preventive controls as put forth in this proposed rule. However, individual animal food facilities, either individually or through feed industry associations have implemented SOPs that are likely to be sufficient to satisfy some of the proposed requirements. The Agency tentatively concludes that the concepts in the proposed CGMPs will not be new to the animal food industry. Still, the Agency expects that the majority of facilities will need to make substantial changes if the proposed regulations are adopted.
FDA is proposing that the final rule would be effective 60 days after publication in the
Most Popular Stories
- NSA Defends Global Cellphone Tracking Legality
- Top Websites for U.S. Hispanics
- Networks Vie for U.S. Hispanic TV Viewers
- Ad Counts Rise in 2013 for Hispanic Magazines
- Apple Wants Samsung to Pay $22M for Patent Dispute Legal Bills
- Starbucks Gets Grinchy; No Gingerbread Lattes for Tampa Customers
- Apple Paid Its Lawyers More Than $60MM to Defeat Samsung in Court
- Jobs Report Brings Cheer As Unemployment Drops to Five-year Low
- Economic Bright Spots Not a Sure Boost for President Obama
- US Consumer Borrowing Rose $18.2B in Oct.