FDA’S FSMA Intentional Adulteration Rule & Food Defense for Management

Feeling a little lost when it comes to the FDA’s Intentional Adulteration rule? Not sure how to get started? Or maybe you’re familiar with the rule but need a better understanding of what’s required. The FDA’s Intentional Adulteration Rule, the final rule to be implemented under the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), is fundamentally changing how food companies approach food defense. In this course

Resources Included with this course:

  • Intentional Adulteration Plan Template
  • Cybersecurity Guidance Document
  • Food Defense Self Assessment Checklist
  • Food Defense Sign

Course Information

Estimated Time: 2 Hours


Course Instructor

Jon Kimble Jon Kimble Senior Food Safety Manager

Jon Kimble is the Senior Food Safety Manager for Safe Food Alliance. In this role, he helps companies achieve their strategic goals through training and consultation, and leads voluntary facility audits in the SQF, HACCP, and Costco schemes. Jon is a FSMA Preventive Controls Lead Trainer, FSMA Produce Safety Lead Trainer, FSMA Foreign Supplier Verification Programs Lead Trainer, an SQF lead auditor, and has 17 years of experience related to quality assurance and food safety.

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