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    FDA's Recommended National Retail Food Regulatory Program Standards

    The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (MDARD) is currently working to meet these voluntary national food safety standards.  Michigan's local health departments are also encouraged to enroll and work toward meeting these standards.  The information provided is intended to assist agencies through this process.  Please phone MDARD at 800-292-3939 for additional assistance, as needed.

    Process Summary

    Enrollment Agencies are automatically enrolled under the standards in place at time of enrollment.
    Self-assessment with 36 months of enrollment 
    every 36 months 
    Audit standards met within 3 years of self-assessment  Agencies are audited against the standards under which they enrolled.

    Enrolled agencies and their status

    Summary of Voluntary National Retail Program Standards

    Michigan Local Health: Assessment of Compliance with Standards

    Enrollment

    Voluntary National Retail Food Regulatory Program Standards Clearinghouse Workgroup - Q&A
     
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