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New Online Features from Ingredientsonline.com and Registrar Corp

As ingredientsonline.com continues to grow, new features and benefits have been added to meet customer expectations. The company now offers “Price Matching” on over 40 of the most frequently used ingredients. All of its new features can be found under the “Benefits” tab on the navigation bar. FDA regulatory compliance firm Registrar Corp. launched the FSMA Compliance Wizard, a free tool to help food facilities, importers, and farms determine their possible requirements under FDA's Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA).

As ingredientsonline.com continues to grow, new features and benefits have been added to meet customer expectations. The company now offers “Price Matching” on over 40 of the most frequently used ingredients. 

These ingredients are available with US Stock within the "Price Matching Program."  Customers can use the transparency of the ingredientsonline.com online platform to download quality control (QC) documents and more. In addition, the company offers online purchase order (PO) processing.

Ingredientsonline.com now offers “Annual Bid” and “Blanket Order” programs as well, having partnered with global factories for a consistent supply of quality ingredients with US Stock at factory direct prices. These factories and ingredientsonline.com will provide factory of origin documentation with full transparency. All of its new features can be found under the “Benefits” tab on the navigation bar. 

For more information about features ingredientsonline.com has to offer, as well as a chance to meet with global factory representatives, visit them at booth Z124 at SupplySide West 2016.

FDA regulatory compliance firm Registrar Corp launched the FSMA Compliance Wizard, a free tool to help food facilities, importers, and farms determine their possible requirements under FDA's Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA).  FSMA imposes broad new requirements on manufacturers, importers, processors, packers, and distributors of food, including requirements for supplier monitoring, the implementation of food safety plans, and much more.

New requirements under FSMA involve many nuances depending on the size of a business, its functions, the types of food it handles and even its location. Most FSMA rules offer modified requirements and a longer compliance period for small and very small businesses (terms defined differently in each rule). For instance, facilities that handle dietary supplements may be exempt from most requirements under the Preventive Controls Rule, but may still be subject to requirements under the Foreign Supplier Verification Program. Facilities in countries with food safety systems officially recognized by FDA may also be subject to modified requirements.

To use Registrar Corp's FSMA Compliance Wizard, simply answer a series of questions, and the FSMA Wizard identifies specific requirements that may apply. Registrar Corp plans to add FDA's Intentional Adulteration rule when the 2019 compliance date draws nearer.

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