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Preventive Controls for Animal Food
Current Good Manufacturing Practice and Hazard Analysis and Risk-based Preventive Controls for Food for Animals

The FDA has finalized the baseline Current Good Manufacturing Practices (CGMP) standards for producing safe animal food that take into consideration the unique aspects of the animal food industry.  
 
Processors already implementing human food safety requirements, such as brewers, do not need to implement additional preventive controls or CGMP regulations when supplying a by-product (e.g., wet spent grains, fruit or vegetable peels, liquid whey) for animal food, except to prevent physical and chemical contamination when holding and distributing the by-product.
 
This regulation applies to human food facilities that donate or sell a by-product for use as animal food. 

 
 
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