What Lenders Must Know About The FSMA: Part 2

Law360, New York (June 20, 2017, 12:31 PM EDT) -- As covered in part 1 of this primer, the Food Safety Modernization Act constitutes the largest overhaul of food safety regulations in over 70 years. With the implementation of this new regulatory food safety framework, there are far-reaching implications for food and feed entities and their secured lenders, ranging from contracting provisions to insurance, underwriting and collateral considerations.

This article, along with its companion part 1, provides a short description of the main rule components and offers practical advice for lenders looking to understand the FSMA. To quickly recap, the FSMA regulates anyone who manufactures, processes, packs or holds human and animal food;...

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