Hello - My company imports some simple polyols and alternative sweeteners and I am responsible for FSVP. I have now gone through two separate FDA inspections for my FSVP programs and passed both with no issues, but something is bugging me when going back and reviewing the rule, that I might be missing:
When the rule says that you must review the supplier's relevant food safety records, what exactly is it talking about there? I believe I was told one time that it is not referring to things such as processing records (if applicable), metal detection sign off forms, etc, but is rather talking about statements and records saying they have these programs in place (which are backed up by their GFSI audit reports)? Personally, I dont see much merit in reviewing sign off forms and actual processing records that are just going to be in a language that I cant read, so I was havent pursued them.
Let me know your thoughts. Thank you!
Edited by kss151, 08 February 2019 - 08:31 PM.