Classified Product Requirements
If you’re producing a product that needs to be classified (e.g., acidified food or low-acid canned food), review the Guidelines for Food Processing Safety.
Better Processing Control Courses
You may need to take a course with a Better Processing Control School of your choice. The University of Georgia offers some in-person classes – view upcoming dates on the UGA Calendar of Events.
The University of California, Davis, offers an online course. So do other universities and centers of learning throughout the U.S.
Visit the FDA webpage on Establishment Registration & Process Filing for Acidified and Low-Acid Canned Foods (LACF) to learn about product registration and process filing.
If you need a Wholesale Fish Dealer’s License, you must take a Seafood HACCP course. See our Seafood Safety webpage for more information and additional resources.
To wholesale/distribute juice products, you must meet the requirements in the 21 CFR 120 regulations. Note: Unpasteurized juice cannot be sold wholesale in Georgia.
Breweries and distilleries can sell directly to consumers from their premises as long as they follow these rules.