We have qualified people in Hispano América who will visit and control your suppliers to avoid all kinds of problems, by performing FSVP Programs for every supplier and product.
The following is what the law requires and are the services that we will provide:
We have qualified individuals in Hispano America that will provide you with the following services,
• Determining known or reasonably foreseeable hazards with each food • Evaluating the risk posed by a food, based on the hazard analysis, and the foreign supplier’s performance • Using that evaluation of the risk posed by an imported food and the supplier’s performance to approve suppliers and determine appropriate supplier verification activities • Conducting supplier verification activities • Conducting corrective actions, if it is necessary.
We are going to establish and follow written procedures to ensure that you import foods only from foreign suppliers approved based on an evaluation of the risk posed by the imported food and the supplier’s performance or, when necessary, on a temporary basis, from unapproved suppliers whose foods are subjected to adequate verification activities before being imported.
We are going to identify and evaluate by you—based on experience, illness data, scientific reports, and other information—the known or reasonably foreseeable hazards for each type of food it imports to determine if there are any hazards requiring a control. These include: • Biological hazards, including parasites and disease-causing bacteria • Chemical hazards, including radiological hazards, pesticide and drug residues, natural toxins, food decomposition, unapproved food or color additives, and food allergens • Physical hazards, such as glass, stones, hard plastic, and metals.
They may be hazards reasonably likely to cause illness or injury that occur naturally, are unintentionally introduced, or are intentionally introduced for purposes of economic gain, such as substituting a less costly ingredient. The analysis must assess the probability that these hazards will occur in the absence of controls and the severity of the illness or injury that could occur. The evaluation would have to consider factors that include the: • Formulation of the food • Condition, function and design of the establishment and equipment of a typical entity that produces the food • Raw materials and other ingredients • Transportation practices • Harvesting, raising, manufacturing, processing, and packing procedures • Packaging and labeling activities • Storage and distribution • Intended or reasonably foreseeable use • Sanitation, including employee hygiene.
And in addition, we will control the Food Defense programs following 21CFR121, the Mitigation Strategies law, to protect food from Intentional contamination.
And if your suppliers need training, we have Approved Instructors to give the official courses requested by the FDA, to create the PCQI for Food for Animals or Humans, to instruct those responsible for Agricultural Production Farms, and the FDQI that they must carry out Food Defense programs.
We can also teach the Better Process Control School courses for canned foods or airtight containers of high or low acidity.
Call us, and we will solve your problems, 20 years of work before the FDA guarantees us.
You take care of your business; we will ensure that the food you import is safe and healthy, complying with the same production standards required of companies based in the USA.
Avoid fines, suspensions, or being discharged as a food importer; a phone call will solve your problems.