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Address: 922 Country Rt 53, Brasher Falls, NY, 13613
Establishment No.: m4499
USDA Inspection Report: 2 Jun 2011
Violation: 417.4(a)(3), 417.5(a)(1), 417.5(b), 417.5(c)
Citation: During a Food Safety Assessment (FSA) the following noncompliances were noted by EIAO 1) The establishment does not have any documentation showing that it has considered new construction in the hazard analysis or HACCP plan as per 9 CFR 417.4(a)(3). 2) The establishment has not provided all LOGs for spices and packaging suppliers as outlined in the hazard analysis. This is a noncompliance with 9 CFR 417.5 (a) (1). 3) The establishment does not have records for pre-shipment review. This is a noncompliance with 9 CFR 417.5 (c). 4) The establishment outlines in the HACCP plan that " " However, the establishment has approximately employees and must perform documenting the results of monitoring and verification at the time it occurred, as required by 9 CFR 417.5 (b).
417.4(a)(3) Reassessment of the HACCP plan. Every establishment shall reassess the adequacy of the HACCP plan at least annually and whenever any changes occur that could affect the hazard analysis or alter the HACCP plan. Such changes may include, but are not limited to, changes in: raw materials or source of raw materials; product formulation; slaughter or processing methods or systems; production volume; personnel; packaging; finished product distribution systems; or, the intended use or consumers of the finished product. The reassessment shall be performed by an individual trained in accordance with §417.7 of this part. The HACCP plan shall be modified immediately whenever a reassessment reveals that the plan no longer meets the requirements of §417.2(c) of this part.
417.5(a)(1) The written hazard analysis prescribed in §417.2(a) of this part, including all supporting documentation;
417.5(b) Each entry on a record maintained under the HACCP plan shall be made at the time the specific event occurs and include the date and time recorded, and shall be signed or initialed by the establishment employee making the entry.
417.5(c) Prior to shipping product, the establishment shall review the records associated with the production of that product, documented in accordance with this section, to ensure completeness, including the determination that all critical limits were met and, if appropriate, corrective actions were taken, including the proper disposition of product. Where practicable, this review shall be conducted, dated, and signed by an individual who did not produce the record(s), preferably by someone trained in accordance with §417.7 of this part, or the responsible establishment official.