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Federal Register / Vol. 75, No. 83 / Friday, April 30, 2010 / Proposed

TABLE 1.—FDA REGULATIONS AND GUIDANCES ADDRESSING THE TRANSPORTATION OF

2003; (Ref. 16)

Guidance on Bulk Transport of Juice Concentrates and Cer- tain Shelf Stable Juices

Guidance

2003 (updated 2007); (Ref. 17)

Dairy Farms, Bulk Milk Trans- porters, Bulk Milk Transfer Stations and Fluid Milk Proc- essors: Food Security Pre- ventive Measures Guidance

Guidance

2003 (updated 2007) (Ref. 18)

Food Producers, Processors, and Transporters: Food Secu- rity Preventive Measures Guidance

Guidance

2004 (Ref. 19)

Guidance for Industry #122: Manufacture and Labeling of Raw Meat Foods for Com- panion and Captive Noncom- panion Carnivores and Omnivores

Guidance

2004 (§ 1.352 and §§ 1.360 through 1.363; 69 FR 71562, Decem- ber 9, 2004) [Related SECG published in 2004 (Ref. 24)]

Establishment, Maintenance, and Availability of Records: What information must trans- porters establish and main- tain?; What are the record re- tention requirements?; What are the record availability re- quirements?; What records are excluded from this sub- part?; What are the con- sequences of failing to estab- lish or maintain records or make them available to FDA?

Regulation

2005 (revised 2006) (Ref. 25)

Notice from FDA to Growers, Food Manufacturers, Food Warehouse Managers, and Transporters of Food Prod- ucts on Decontamination of Transport Vehicles

Guidance

Year & Reference*

Title

Provides information and ref- erences that can be used for the decontamination of food transport vehicles that have been flooded or otherwise im- pacted by hurricanes, before being placed back in service to transport or store food

Requires persons who transport food for humans and animals to establish and maintain records identifying the imme- diate previous source of all food received, and the imme- diate subsequent recipient of all food released, as well as certain other information re- lated to the transported food; Sets forth the record retention and record availability require- ments for transporters

Provides guidance on transport of foods that contain raw meat, or other raw animal tis- sues, for consumption by dogs, cats, other companion or pet animals, and captive noncompanion animal carni- vores and omnivores

Type

Description

Provides industry with rec- ommendations for appropriate control measures to use in the bulk transport of covered juice products to ensure that the products do not become contaminated or re-contami- nated with microbial patho- gens during bulk transport, and stated FDA’s intent to consider the exercise of en- forcement discretion with re- spect to the single facility re- quirement in § 120.24(c) pro- vided that certain conditions are met.

Identifies the kinds of preventive measures operators of bulk milk transportation operations may take to minimize the risk that fluid milk under their con- trol will be subject to tam- pering or other malicious, criminal, or terrorist actions

Identifies the kinds of preventive measures operators of human or animal food establishments (including firms that distribute or transport food or food in- gredients) may take to mini- mize the risk that food under their control will be subject to tampering or other malicious, criminal, or terrorist actions

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ssued in response to a citizen petition requesting an exemp- tion from the requirement in § 120.24(c) when certain products manufactured in one facility are sent to another fa- cility for final packaging

Issued in light of the potential for tampering or other mali- cious, criminal, or terrorist ac- tions

Issued in light of the potential for tampering or other mali- cious, criminal, or terrorist ac- tions

Issued to address health risks when raw meat foods are used, particularly by pet own- ers

Implementation of section 306 of the 2002 Bioterrorism Act, which directs the HHS Sec- retary to issue regulations re- quiring persons who manufac- ture, process, pack, transport, distribute, receive, hold, or import food for humans and animals to establish and maintain records identifying the immediate previous source of all food received, and the immediate subse- quent recipient of all food re- leased

Developed following Hurricanes Katrina and Rita in August and September 2005

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