FDA Food Code

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration's Food Code is a model that encompasses guidelines and provisions to best ensure that food offered at retail food establishments and in food service is safe, unadulterated, and honestly presented.

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Voluntary National Retail Program Standards

The Voluntary National Retail Food Regulatory Program Standards lay a foundation and develop a system for continuous improvement that is compatible with both traditional and emerging approaches to food safety. These standards reinforce good retail practices in an effort to reduce the occurrence of risk factors that contribute to foodborne illness.

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Voluntary National Retail Program Standards Mentorship Program

Food regulatory programs enrolled in the Voluntary National Retail Program Standards can participate in the National Association of County and City Health Officials’ Mentorship Program which provides access to peer-to-peer assistance and advice with implementing policies and procedures, completing self-assessments, and conducting verification audits.

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Integrated Food Safety Centers of Excellence

The Integrated Food Safety Centers of Excellent act as peer resource centers, assisting state and local health departments one-on-one basis, by providing training that supports state and local health departments’ capacity to track and investigate enteric diseases.

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