New Fact Sheet: How Existing Facility SOPs Can Be Adapted to Mitigate the Spread of COVID-19

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red and white announcement for COVID-19 fact sheet

Many essential businesses, including animal food facilities, have had to make changes to maintain physical distancing between employees to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and continue to maintain supply chains.

In response, the NC State Feed Milling Extension program has published a fact sheet on Food Safety Modernization Act Current Good Manufacturing Practices for Food for Animals and COVID-19.

The document details how existing facility standard operating procedures (SOPs) on personal hygiene and sanitation can be adapted to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.

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Food Safety Modernization Act Current Good Manufacturing Practices for Food for Animals and COVID-19

How existing facility Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) on personal hygiene and sanitation can be adapted to mitigate the spread of COVID-19


For additional information about FSMA, please visit our Additional Resources page.


If you have questions about animal food safety, please contact Marissa Herchler.