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This is a list of United States Code sections, Statutes at Large, Public Laws, and Presidential Documents, which provide rulemaking authority for this CFR Part.
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§ 450 - Transferred
§ 1901 - Findings and declaration of policy
§ 1902 - Humane methods
§ 1903 - Repealed. Pub. L. 95–445, § 5(b), Oct. 10, 1978, 92 Stat. 1069
§ 1904 - Methods research; designation of methods
§ 1905 - Repealed. Pub. L. 95–445, § 5(b), Oct. 10, 1978, 92 Stat. 1069
§ 1906 - Exemption of ritual slaughter
§ 451 - Congressional statement of findings
§ 452 - Congressional declaration of policy
§ 453 - Definitions
§ 454 - Federal and State cooperation in development and administration of State poultry product inspection programs
§ 455 - Inspection in official establishments
§ 456 - Operation of premises, facilities and equipment
§ 457 - Labeling and container standards
§ 458 - Prohibited acts
§ 459 - Compliance by all establishments
§ 460 - Miscellaneous activities subject to regulation
§ 461 - Offenses and punishment
§ 462 - Reporting of violations; notice; opportunity to present views
§ 463 - Rules and regulations
§ 464 - Exemptions
§ 465 - Limitations upon entry of poultry products and other materials into official establishments
§ 466 - Imports
§ 467 - Inspection services
§ 467a - Administrative detention; duration; pending judicial proceedings; notification of government authorities; release; removal of official marks
§ 467b - Seizure and condemnation
§ 467c - Federal court jurisdiction of enforcement and injunction proceedings and other kinds of cases; limitations; United States as plaintiff; subpenas
§ 467d - Administration and enforcement; applicability of penalty provisions; conduct of inquiries; power and jurisdiction of courts
§ 467e - Non-Federal jurisdiction of federally regulated matters; prohibition of additional or different requirements for establishments with inspection services and as...of adulterated or misbranded and imported articles; other matters
§ 467f - Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act applications
§ 468 - Cost of inspection; overtime
§ 469 - Authorization of appropriations
§ 470 - Omitted
§ 601 - Definitions
§ 602 - Congressional statement of findings
§ 603 - Examination of animals prior to slaughter; use of humane methods
§ 604 - Post mortem examination of carcasses and marking or labeling; destruction of carcasses condemned; reinspection
§ 605 - Examination of carcasses brought into slaughtering or packing establishments, and of meat food products issued from and returned thereto; conditions for entry
§ 606 - Inspection and labeling of meat food products
§ 607 - Labeling, marking, and container requirements
§ 608 - Sanitary inspection and regulation of slaughtering and packing establishments; rejection of adulterated meat or meat food products
§ 609 - Examination of animals and food products thereof, slaughtered and prepared during nighttime
§ 610 - Prohibited acts
§ 611 - Devices, marks, labels, and certificates; simulations
§ 612 - Notification
§ 613 - Plans and reassessments
§ 614 - Repealed. Pub. L. 107–171, title X, § 10418(a)(19), May 13, 2002, 116 Stat. 508
§ 615 - Inspection of carcasses, meat of which is intended for export
§ 616 - Inspectors of carcasses, etc., meat of which is intended for export; certificates of condition
§ 617 - Clearance prohibited to vessel carrying meat for export without inspector’s certificate
§ 618 - Delivery of inspectors’ certificates, and of copies
§ 619 - Marking, labeling, or other identification to show kinds of animals from which derived; separate establishments for preparation and slaughtering activities
§ 620 - Imports
§ 621 - Inspectors to make examinations provided for; appointment; duties; regulations
§ 622 - Bribery of or gifts to inspectors or other officers and acceptance of gifts
§ 623 - Exemptions from inspection requirements
§ 624 - Storage and handling regulations; violations; exemption of establishments subject to non-Federal jurisdiction
§ 625 - Inapplicability of certain requirements to catfish
§ 641 - Prohibition of subchapter I inspection of articles not intended for use as human food; denaturation or other identification prior to distribution in commerce; inedible articles
§ 642 - Recordkeeping requirements
§ 643 - Registration of business, name of person, and trade names
§ 644 - Regulation of transactions, transportation, or importation of 4–D animals to prevent use as human food
§ 645 - Federal provisions applicable to State or Territorial business transactions of a local nature and not subject to local authority
§ 661 - Federal and State cooperation
§ 671 - Inspection services; refusal or withdrawal; hearing; business unfitness based upon certain convictions; other provisions for withdrawal of services...with business; finality of Secretary’s actions; judicial review; record
§ 672 - Administrative detention; duration; pending judicial proceedings; notification of governmental authorities; release
§ 673 - Seizure and condemnation
§ 674 - Federal court jurisdiction of enforcement and injunction proceedings and other kinds of cases; limitations of section 607(e) of this title
§ 675 - Assaulting, resisting, or impeding certain persons; murder; protection of such persons
§ 676 - Violations
§ 677 - Other Federal laws applicable for administration and enforcement of chapter; location of inquiries; jurisdiction of Federal courts
§ 678 - Non-Federal jurisdiction of federally regulated matters; prohibition of additional or different requirements for establishments with inspection services and as...of adulterated or misbranded and imported articles; other matters
§ 679 - Application of Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act
§ 679a - Safe Meat and Poultry Inspection Panel
§ 679b - Pasteurization of meat and poultry
§ 679c - Expansion of Food Safety Inspection Service activities
§ 680 - Authorization of appropriations
§ 683 - Interstate shipment of meat inspected by Federal and State agencies for certain small establishments
§ 691 - Omitted
§ 692 - Inspection extended to reindeer
§ 693 - Inspection of dairy products for export
§ 694 - Authorization of appropriations
§ 695 - Payment of cost of meat-inspection service; exception
Title 9 published on 05-Jan-2018 04:02
The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 9 CFR Part 417 after this date.
The Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is proposing to amend the Federal meat inspection regulations to eliminate the requirements for both ready-to-eat (RTE) and not-ready-to-eat (NRTE) pork and pork products to be treated to destroy trichinae ( Trichinella spiralis ) because the regulations are inconsistent with the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) regulations, and because these prescriptive regulations are no longer necessary. If this supplemental proposed rule is finalized, FSIS will end its Trichinella Approved Laboratory Program (TALP program) for the evaluation and approval of non-Federal laboratories that use the pooled sample digestion technique to analyze samples for the presence of trichinae. FSIS is also proposing to consolidate the regulations on thermally processed, commercially sterile meat and poultry products ( i.e., canned food products containing meat or poultry).
The Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is announcing the availability of the final revision of the Compliance Guideline for Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) systems validation and responding to comments received on the draft guide that FSIS published in May 2013 in the Federal Register . In addition, FSIS is announcing its plans to verify that establishments meet all validation requirements.
The Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is announcing the availability of updated guidance for Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) systems validation. In addition, FSIS is announcing that it will hold a public meeting on June 25, 2013, to review changes to the guidance announced in this notice and to take comments. The public meeting will also be available by teleconference. Following the public meeting, the Agency will accept written comments until July 25, 2013. Given the extensive opportunity for comment on the guidance, however, the Agency believes that very few, if any, issues remain in this proceeding.
The Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is extending the comment period for the December 6, 2012, Federal Register document “HACCP Plan Reassessment for Not-Ready-to-Eat Comminuted Poultry Products and Related Agency Verification Procedures” until April 20, 2013. FSIS will also provide an additional 45 days for establishments that produce not-ready-to-eat (NRTE) comminuted chicken or turkey products to reassess their Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) plans for those products. FSIS will postpone by 45 days the date inspection personnel will begin verifying that those establishments have reassessed their HACCP plans. In addition, starting approximately on April 20, 2013, the Agency intends to begin obtaining samples to determine the prevalence of Salmonella in NRTE comminuted poultry product announced in the document. The Agency is taking these actions in response to a request made by a coalition of trade associations.
The Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is publishing this notice to inform establishments producing not-ready-to-eat (NRTE) ground or otherwise comminuted chicken and turkey products that they must reassess their Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) plans for these products to take into account several recent Salmonella outbreaks associated with consumption of comminuted NRTE turkey products. No sooner than 90 days following publication of this notice, Agency inspection program personnel (IPP) will begin verifying that establishments that manufacture comminuted NRTE turkey or chicken product, as a final or intermediary product for further processing as NRTE product, have reassessed their HACCP plans for these products. This notice also describes how FSIS will determine whether the association of NRTE meat or poultry product with an outbreak would make subsequently-produced like product adulterated. In addition, FSIS is expanding its Salmonella Verification Sampling Program for Raw Meat and Poultry product to include all forms of non-breaded, non-battered comminuted NRTE poultry product that are not destined under company control programs for further processing into RTE products in official establishments. Finally, this notice announces that FSIS will apply its Category 1 performance measure based on current performance standards for ground chicken and turkey product to comminuted poultry to mark the level of process control that all establishments producing such products should maintain. No sooner than 90 days after publication of this notice, the Agency will begin sampling to determine the prevalence of Salmonella in comminuted poultry and will use the results from this sampling to develop performance standards for these products. For reasons discussed later, FSIS has not tested NRTE comminuted poultry products, other than ground chicken and ground turkey, for Salmonella. In addition, FSIS is likely to develop Campylobacter standards for these products following validation of an analytic method. FSIS invites comments on this notice.
The Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is announcing that it is restructuring the United States National Residue Program (NRP) with respect to how sampling of chemical compounds and animal production and egg product classes is scheduled. To complement this new approach to sampling and scheduling, the Agency is implementing several multi-residue methods for analyzing samples of meat, poultry, and egg products for animal drug residues, pesticides, and environmental contaminants in its inspector-generated testing program. These modern, high-efficiency methods will conserve resources and provide useful and reliable results while enabling FSIS to analyze each sample for more chemical compounds than was previously possible.
The Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is confirming that it will implement routine verification testing for six Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli (STEC), in addition to E. coli O157:H7, in raw beef manufacturing trimmings beginning June 4, 2012. FSIS is also responding to comments on the final determination published September 20, 2011, in the Federal Register regarding the June 4, 2012, implementation of STEC sampling and related issues.
The Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is issuing this document to propose to clarify its requirements for validation by an official establishment of its Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) system, that is, validation of both the critical control points (CCPs) in the HACCP plan and any interventions or processes used to support decisions in the hazard analysis. Validation of a HACCP system involves two separate elements: The scientific or technical support for the judgments made in designing the HACCP system, and evidence derived from the execution of the HACCP plan to demonstrate that it is, in fact, achieving the critical operational parameters documented in the scientific or technical support. The Agency is also announcing the availability of, and requesting comments on, a revised draft guidance document prepared to assist establishments in appropriately validating their HACCP systems. The Agency received and analyzed comments on the initial draft of this guidance, which the Agency posted on its Web site in March 2010. FSIS is soliciting comments on this revised guidance and will hold a public meeting to discuss the revised guidance before it issues final guidance for HACCP systems validation.
The Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is implementing provisions of the Food, Conservation, and Energy Act of 2008 by amending the Federal meat and poultry products inspection regulations to require official establishments to promptly notify the appropriate District Office that an adulterated or misbranded meat or poultry product has entered commerce; require official establishments to prepare and maintain written procedures for the recall of all meat and poultry products produced and shipped by the establishment; and require official establishments to document each reassessment of the establishment's Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) plans.