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Availability of FSIS Compliance Guidelines for Allergen Management and Labeling

Abstract: The Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is announcing the availability of compliance guidelines to assist establishments in identifying hazards with respect to allergens and other ingredients of public health concern. These guidelines represent the best practice recommendations by FSIS, based on scientific and practical considerations. By following these guidelines, establishments are likely to ensure that product labels declare all ingredients and do not contain undeclared allergens or other undeclared ingredients.
Type: Non-Rule Making

6 Comments

  • This document is thorough and will be very useful for implementing allergen controls. We ...
    Public Submission
    Posted: 06/24/2014
    Submitter Name: Nona ...
    Organization: Anaphylaxis & Food Allergy Association of MN (AFAA)
  • The FSIS Notice 29-13 is very useful, especially to very small meat and poultry plants and...
    Public Submission
    Posted: 06/18/2014
    Submitter Name: Kristin ...
    Organization: NA
  • See attached PDF document.
    Public Submission
    Posted: 06/24/2014
    Submitter Name: Jeremy ...
    Organization: North American Meat Association
  • All I ask is that you list all spices by name on ingredients labels, specifically garlic. ...
    Public Submission
    Posted: 06/18/2014
    Submitter Name: A ...
    Organization: NA
  • attached file
    Public Submission
    Posted: 06/24/2014
    Submitter Name: Hilary ...
    Organization: FMI
  • See attached file(s)
    Public Submission
    Posted: 06/24/2014
    Submitter Name: Scott ...
    Organization: American Meat Institute