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Web Content Viewer (JSR 286)

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Visualization User Guide: Map of Inspected Establishments and Production Activities

FSIS is responsible for protecting the public’s health by ensuring the safety of meat, poultry, and processed egg products. FSIS consists of about 9,600 employees, with the majority of agency employees working on the frontline in more than 6,400 federally inspected establishments throughout the United States and Territories, to verify the production of safe, wholesome and properly labeled food.

FSIS has listed the physical location of each establishment in the FSIS MPI Directory, and has posted the Establishment Demographic Data to provide a generalize description of the production operations for each establishment. Establishments can perform a wide range of meat, poultry, and egg product production activities, from slaughtering animals, to cutting and grinding raw meat, preparing ready-to-eat products, etc. With nearly a limitless list of different products in the marketplace at any given time, FSIS groups these activities into general categories, which include:

Livestock Slaughter: Conducting slaughter activities for all classes of Beef, Pork, Lamb, Sheep, Goats and Other Meat. “Other Meat” includes remaining classes not already listed.

Poultry Slaughter: Conducting slaughter activities for all classes of Chicken, Turkey, Duck, Goose, Rabbit, Pheasant, Quail and Other Poultry. “Other Poultry” includes remaining classes not already listed.

Processed Product: Conducting activities that fall under the follow:

  • Raw Intact: Raw processing may include as cutting, slicing, trimming, etc.
  • Raw Non-Intact: Raw processing may include grinding, stuffing, blending, etc.
  • RTE: “Ready-to-Eat” processing may include cooking, smoking, drying, etc.
  • NRTE: “Not Ready-to-Eat” processing may include partial heating, smoking, curing, etc.
  • Siluriformes: Siluriformes processing
  • Egg Products: Egg products processing may include egg breaking, pasteurizing, drying, etc.

An establishment may produce products under multiple categories. For example, an establishment may slaughter cattle (Beef), cut steaks (Raw Intact), grind beef (Raw Non-Intact) and prepare fully cooked hot dogs (RTE). Alternatively, an establishment may produce products under a single category. For example, and establishment may prepare fully cooked hot dogs (RTE), lunch meat (RTE) and beef jerky (RTE). Users can contact the individual establishment for product specific inquiries.

Using the Dashboard

  • Selecting a Region, State or Establishment(s) will filter for available establishments and activities.
  • Selecting an activity will filter the other fields for only those establishments performing that activity.
  • Selecting an establishment from the map will filter for the activities that establishment performs.
  • The “Number of Establishments” counts the unique establishments fitting the filters selected.
“Nebraska” “Nebraska” & “Beef” “Select Establishment on Map”
Example MPI Tableau screen 1 Example MPI Tableau screen 2 Example MPI Tableau screen 3

 

Last Modified Nov 08, 2019