WASHINGTON-IDFA is offering four major tools in a fast-track program designed to help the dairy foods industry navigate the impending regulations under the Bioterrorism Act of 2002, including facility registration, prior notice of imports, record keeping and administrative detention. IDFA began with last month's launch of a new online service to help dairy and food companies comply with the challenging facility registration provision. A Biosecurity Briefing will be held Nov. 20 in Washington.
The other two tools, a new manual and a second workshop, will be available in early 2004. For complete information visit www.idfa.org or contact Tanika Manning at email@example.com, 202/220-3557.