Most food facilities must develop plans to protect against adulteration of products meant to deliberately cause harm to consumers and develop the food safety plan in according to FSMA Rules.

Following the numerous requests received, ITA Corporation is proud to inform you that the new company division is active, a real “task force” born with the aim of providing specialist support on the binding legislation of food safety, a project dedicated to food manufacturer to comply with the “Food Safety Modernization Act” (FSMA) and his rules.

ITA Corporation Staff develops a food safety plan you to identify specific Hazards linked to each ingredient, raw material or final product you are involved in manufacture, process, pack or hold, using big data smart tools, in a easy and fast time frame.

Our Food Safety Plans have successfully withstood recent FDA Inspections and are guaranteed to exceed all regulatory standards.

FSMA CERT is also a service extended to European food company in thanks to our sister company UK ITA Group and ITA Group Italy that consists of two proposals:

  • Support to the single company, for the realignment of the Food Safety Program;
  • Support to the production chain for companies that market under their own brand products for third parties;
  • In the first case the support will take place with a realignment of the documentation. In the second case, an annual collaboration will be established to support the entire supply chain for the realignment of individual transformers / producers, even with reserved training programs.
  • Contact us for more information about the operation of FSMA CERT, one of our representatives will explain in detail every aspect.

ITA Corporation experts can create a new or revise an existing Food Safety Plan, Defense Plan, FSVP records, for your facility “FSMA CERT” division of ITA is made up of experts from the FSMA sector, able to help and support food companies to realign food safety documentation and the standards implemented according to the new federal binding legislation.

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