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Food Inspections, Recalls and Criminal liability address the spectrum of proactive to reactive compliance elements within the food industry. From pre to post harvest, from food manufacturing to retail/restaurant, compliance activity is both embraced and, in some cases, avoided. This webinar will cover foundational statutes of state and federal inspection activity (USDA and FDA) of food, as well as recall authority. Current trends in recalls will be explored. We will also analyze recent changes to the prosecutorial landscape of criminal liability in regards to food. (see full course description)

 

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Food Inspections, Recalls and Criminal Liability Webinar

Objectives of the Presentation

Defining and differentiating between areas of food authenticity concern
Defining the specific risks associated with each concern
Identifying examples for each concern and risk
Evaluating issues related to regulatory compliance
Examining outcomes of events with a particular emphasis on the impacts on consumers
Foundational statutes of state and federal inspection activity (USDA and FDA) of food
FDA vs. USDA Recall authority
Current trends in recalls
Recent changes to the prosecutorial landscape of criminal liability in regards to food

Why Should you Attend

The economic, judicial and social implications of food regulatory compliance incidents should compel stakeholders within the food industry to better understand the role of Food Inspections, Recalls and Criminal Liability. Proactive efforts of regulatory compliance play a key role and an essential building block to ensure the integrity of food as well as the protection of consumers and industry.

Areas Covered

Food Quality
Food Safety
Food Fraud
Food Defense
Public Health
FDA / USDA Inspection / Recall authority
Criminal liability / Prosecutorial landscape

Who will Benefit

Lawyers, food executives, quality assurance, regulatory affairs, policy analysts, food managers, policymakers, public health officials, academics, etc., quality assurance, enterprise, supply, distribution

Topic Background

Rarely a day goes by without learning of new recalls related to food. The current wave of changes in food inspection under the FDAs Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) impact not only the safety of human food and animal feed, but are also making significant changes in the arena of food defense with specific changes related to intentional adulteration. Such incidents need not be of any clear terrorism intent to face prosecution, however. Recent cases, including the landmark Peanut Corporation of America trial, shed light on a new landscape for criminal liability in the food industry.

Seminar Summary:

Food Inspections, Recalls and Criminal liability address the spectrum of proactive to reactive compliance elements within the food industry. From pre to post harvest, from food manufacturing to retail/restaurant, compliance activity is both embraced and, in some cases, avoided. This webinar will cover foundational statutes of state and federal inspection activity (USDA and FDA) of food, as well as recall authority. Current trends in recalls will be explored. We will also analyze recent changes to the prosecutorial landscape of criminal liability in regards to food. (see full course description)

 

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