Subject: How to Defend Your Establishment Against Insanitary Conditions

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Hi Friend,

Happy November 1! I know we say it every year, but I still cannot believe it's already November! The holiday season will be here before we know it. 

This week we have the fourth installment in Dr. Michael Fisher's article series. Dr. Fisher discusses insanitary condition, a common justification given by USDA Food Safety and Inspection Services (FSIS) in-plant personnel (IPP) when rejecting equipment or facilities, slowing or stopping production lines, or refusing to allow the processing of product. 

Interacting and maintaining compliance with regulators is a real concern for FTCLDF members. Time and time again, our members have been harassed and subjected to inconsistencies in how regulations are delivered and enforced. We are very grateful to have Dr. Fisher's guidance!

Check out the article HERE!

Have a great week!

- Kat | 703-208-FARM (3276) |
8116 Arlington Blvd Suite #263, Falls Church, VA 22042, United States
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