- Category: Food Safety & Consumer Protection
- Published: Friday, 12 July 2013 15:05
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The mission of the Meat Compliance program is to control and limit the movement of adulterated or misbranded meat in commerce. An additional goal is to provide accurate information concerning the complex meat laws to those in the meat business.
The purpose of the Meat Compliance Program is to make sure meat is wholesome, properly produced, handled and labeled at all levels from the farm to the consumer's table. This requires education of all those involved in meat production, sale and use, including farmers, ranchers, business, and consumers. It may also involve investigation, control or detention of products, prosecution or other forms of sanctions for those who are in violation.
Utah Code and Administrative Rules Relating to Meat Compliance
- Utah Meat and Poultry Products Inspection and Licensing Act (Utah Code Annotated: Title 4, Chapter 32)
- Compliance Procedures (R70-201)
- Slaughter of Livestock (R58-11)
- Record Keeping and Carcass Identification at Meat Exempt (Custom Cut) Establishments (R58-12)
- Custom Exempt Slaughter (R58-13)
- Meat Testing Lab
- UDAF Policy Statement Regarding Charitable Donation of Field-Dressed Game Meats
- Food Safety and Inspection Services (FSIS) Compliance Program