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Food Processing & Technologies

Faegre Baker Daniels lawyers monitor and understand changing food safety issues and regulations across jurisdictions. With the recent implementation of the Food Safety Modernization Act, food companies are facing increased scrutiny of their food safety policies and production methods. Through extensive experience with a broad range of the world's leading food and agriculture companies, Faegre Baker Daniels's lawyers have developed deep, practical experience in these areas as well as knowledge of emerging food safety interventions and technologies, processing best practices, and HACCP and risk-based preventive controls. 

We represent and counsel food companies regarding all aspects of food production and related food safety regulatory compliance, including:

  • Conducting regulatory and food safety compliance audits
  • Advising food companies on issues of  HACCP implementation and verification
  • Developing written SOPs and GMPs for food processing, handling, sanitation and transport
  • Representing companies facing FDA, USDA, and state inspections, enforcement actions and investigations related to food processing issues and food safety
  • Drafting food safety regulatory compliance programs
  • Advising food manufacturers and distributors in connection with recalls and related administrative agency interactions
  • Drafting recall and crisis management plans
  • Advising on issues of regulatory and supply chain risk mitigation and management

To better serve our clients as a one-stop shop for regulatory issues and affairs, we have partnered with Washington, D.C.-based Faegre Baker Daniels Consulting, who can assist in providing technical food safety and industry expertise to our clients.

Contact

Sarah L. Brew, Minneapolis
+1 612 766 7470


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