Please note: Subscription for this course ends six months from date of purchase.
Processors and importers of certain juice products must comply with FDA’s juice HACCP regulation. Learn how to identify hazards and control them once they happen. Accredited by the International HACCP Alliance, our curriculum provides you with real-world insights and practical advice from industry experts.
Food safety professionals whose facilities are processors or importers of certain juice products should take this course because these facilities are required to comply with FDA’s juice HACCP regulation.
How long do I have to complete the course?
Users have access to the course content for 6 months after beginning the course. During this period, the user may start and stop at their leisure. Users who fail to complete the e-learning course in the time available will not be eligible for a refund.
Am I required to take this course?
FDA published a juice safety regulation based on the seven principles of HACCP called “Procedures for the Safe and Sanitary Processing and Importing of Juice.” This regulation has become known as “the juice HACCP regulation.” Processors and importers of certain juice products must comply with FSMA’s juice HACCP regulation. In USDA facilities, it is required that the person who writes or reassesses the HACCP Plan receive HACCP Training. For SQF facilities, the SQF Practitioner is required to have HACCP Training. HACCP Training is recommended for all food safety professionals.
What topics does the Basic HACCP – Juice & Beverage course cover?
Do I receive a certificate upon completion?
Yes, participants receive an official International HACCP Alliance certificate of completion