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A New Day: Understanding FDA's New Guidance for Controlling Lm in Ready-To-Eat Foods

On-Demand Webinar
Cost: Free

 FDA has just released its draft guidance for controlling Listeria monocytogenes in food facilities.   The new guidance contains significant changes in the way the agency will regulate positive L.monocytogenes findings in the processing environment which will have an impact on your current environmental monitoring program. In this webinar, we will summarize the draft guidance, discuss how to best design your own environmental monitoring program, and outline the legal and regulatory implications of the new FDA policies.

In addition, this on-demand webinar will discuss a free high resolution environmental sampling and testing program that enables you to “Play FDA for a Day” with the added benefit of legal consultation and will provide you the information you need to be sure you are ready for a FDA Swabathon.

Whether your company processes ready-to-eat foods, or you are interested in the direction of the new FDA regulation, you cannot afford to miss this webinar.

Speaker:

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Shawn K. Stevens 
Attorney
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