FD312 Special Processes at Retail Virtual Course

Event Date: 
Monday, January 24, 2022 to Friday, January 28, 2022
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Time Zone: 
Eastern Standard Time (EST)
Event Type: 
NEHA Event

This five-day, virtual course explores the specific types of food processing in retail food establishments which are required by the FDA Food Code to have a variance and mandatory HACCP plan. 

Topics will include:  

  1. Smoking  
  2. Curing  
  3. Use of Food Additives  
  4. Reduced Oxygen Packaging  
  5. Live Molluscan Shellfish Tanks  
  6. Sprouted Seeds  
  7. Processing and Packaging Juice  
  8. Custom Processing of Animals  
  9. Any other process determined by a Regulatory Authority to require a variance/HACCP plan  

The course will focus on the microbiology of these various forms of food processing at retail, specific concerns for each process, and necessary controls for the hazards associated with each process. Emphasis will be placed on reduced oxygen packaging (ROP) in retail settings. The course will include practical evaluation of various food samples, verification and validation of HACCP plans, and approaches to conducting inspections.  

Please visit the event website for registration instructions.

Contact Name: 
Avery Moyler
Organization: 
National Environmental Health Association (NEHA)
Email: 
amoyler@neha.org