This document provides guidance on direct and incidental food contact.
FSIS guidance on the criteria used by the former Compounds and Packaging Branch for evaluating nonfood compounds and proprietary substances
FDA has provided FSIS with some general guidelines for companies inquiring about chemicals acceptable for use in formulating products for cleaning and destaining shell eggs.
Letters Concerning the Elimination of Prior Approval for Nonfood Compounds
- Letter to Industry - July 13, 1998
- Letter to the Technical Service Center - August 12, 1998
- Letter to Industry - October 20, 1999
FSIS clarifies its position on third-party certification organizations.
FSIS presents or references methods already proven to be effective in maintaining sanitary conditions in meat and poultry establishments.