Ten years ago, the FDA divided the large and comprehensive Food Safety Modernization Act into several rules. One of those is the Foreign Supplier Verification Program or FSVP. FSVP largely affects the “importers of record” – those businesses legally responsible
When Azzule built its Core Support team to address the challenges faced by importers trying to comply with the FDA’s Foreign Supplier Verification Program (FSVP), it hoped it had discovered a need in the fresh produce industry that was not
On Tuesday, October 27th and Wednesday, October 28th, Azzule Systems offered both English language and Spanish language webinars that explained Azzule’s Core Support Program and how it can assist importers confronted with complying with FSMA’s Foreign Supplier Verification Program (FSVP).
In late October 2020, Azzule’s Core Support Team will be offering multi-lingual webinars for importers subject to the Foreign Supplier Verification Program (FSVP). The webinars will not only explain FSVP, but will also detail Core Support’s ability to help US
PrimusLabs and Azzule work with entities throughout the fresh produce industry and all facets of the supply chain, including companies big, small, and somewhere in between. This is the true story of a very small company that has just signed
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has announced a decision to conduct electronic inspections and will request that importers send records required under the FSMA, “Foreign Supplier Verification Program” (FSVP) FDA’s agency. Records requested may be submitted via electronic
Your Azzule account includes documentation, supplier, and compliance management tools that Core Support uses on your behalf to build and execute your program. AUTOMATION FOR EFFICIENCY Automate administrative processes like requesting, retrieving, sending, and organizing activities and documentation Automate preliminary evaluations of incoming
The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) has had a profound impact on food companies. While large growers, packers, shippers, importers, and buyers have handled compliance with the new law relatively easily, smaller entities, especially importers and others that need to