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#1 PRABAKARAN PILLAI

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Posted 14 July 2017 - 06:58 AM


Hi there,

We are small industry in Thailand(less than 100 workers) manufacturing chocolate and export to U.S. And currently my customer chasing after us for any GFSI certification in order to ease FSMA compliance.

Hence, may i know when is the compliance dates for FSMA for small industry like us. Please advice


and my second question is, does any U.S regulations stated Cashews treatment process able to kill 4 log of Salmonella?. As I read in CFR 981.442 U.S and Almond Board of California webpage, this clause only apply for almond.
Please clarify.


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Posted 15 July 2017 - 08:31 AM

Hi there,

We are small industry in Thailand(less than 100 workers) manufacturing chocolate and export to U.S. And currently my customer chasing after us for any GFSI certification in order to ease FSMA compliance.

Hence, may i know when is the compliance dates for FSMA for small industry like us. Please advice


You presumably refer FSVP. I think the effective burden of compliance is (was?) on importers. Maybe see the attachment FSVP 4 (et al) in this post -

http://www.ifsqn.com...ndpost&p=113320

and my second question is, does any U.S regulations stated Cashews treatment process able to kill 4 log of Salmonella?. As I read in CFR 981.442 U.S and Almond Board of California webpage, this clause only apply for almond.
Please clarify.

I'm not in USA/ no idea about cashew  but IIRC, the GMA organization have covered the topic or X "D" for roasting various "nuts"  in considerable detail in several of their publications posted on this Forum.


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Thailand = Malaysia ?

 

Hi PP,

 

See ^^.


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Posted 16 July 2017 - 04:08 AM   Best Answer

addendum

 

specific answer(s) here -

 

https://www.fda.gov/...A/ucm503822.htm


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Posted 17 July 2017 - 02:49 AM

Thanks for your link..Anyway i am from Malaysia but my company based in Thailand


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