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New York State Department of Agriculture & Markets Division of Food Safety & Inspection www.agmkt.state.ny.us. Poultry-Small Animal Slaughterhouse Inspections and Exempt Establishment Reviews. March 10, 2009 Albany, New York. Clarence Davis, Supervising Food Inspector

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Poultry small animal slaughterhouse inspections and exempt establishment reviews
New York State Department of Agriculture & MarketsDivision of Food Safety & Inspectionwww.agmkt.state.ny.us

Poultry-Small Animal Slaughterhouse

Inspections and Exempt

Establishment Reviews

March 10, 2009 Albany, New York

Clarence Davis, Supervising Food Inspector

Clarence.davis@agmkt.state.ny.us


Exemptions
Exemptions

  • Retail Exemption - household consumers, hotels, restaurants and institutions.

  • Producer/Grower or Other Person (PGOP) 20,000 Limit - household consumers, restaurants, hotels and boarding houses.

  • Producer/Grower 20,000 Limit - distributor, hotel, restaurant, retail store, institution, or small enterprise.

  • Small Enterprise 20,000 Limit - dressed poultry may be purchased and distributed as carcasses and whose processing is limited to cutting up of inspected or exempted poultry products.


Exemptions1
Exemptions

  • Producer/grower 1,000 Limit:

    • 250 turkeys or

    • 1,000 birds of all other species

  • Marketed at:

    • On-farm stands

    • Roadside stands

    • Farmers markets

  • No inspection or license required


Poultry small animal slaughterhouse inspections and exempt establishment reviews

Labeling Requirements for Producer/Grower Wholesales to Retail Stores

  • Safe handling instructions modified per 9 CFR 381.125(b)(2)(ii) as product is not USDA inspected.

  • Producer’s name.

  • Producer’s address.

  • The statement “Exempt P.L. 90-492.

  • Adhered to the package as a label or a wing tag.


Amendments to article 5 a
Amendments to Article 5-A Retail Stores

  • Subdivision 96-b - In a city with a population of one million or more, the Commissioner shall not license any person, firm, partnership or corporation to operate any place or establishment where animals and/or fowls are slaughtered or butchered for food within a 1,500 food radius of a residential dwelling.

  • Effective August 5, 2008

  • Effective until 2012.


Amendments to article 5 a1
Amendments to Article 5-A Retail Stores

  • Amendment to Article 5-A,Section 96-C

    Posting of inspection results required

    Effective November 4, 2008.

  • Amendment to Article 5-A, Section 96-f(2)

    5-A License shall be revoked upon establishing failure of three consecutive inspections.

    Effective January 2, 2009.


What are the issues
What are the Issues? Retail Stores

  • Overcrowding.

  • Inadequate number of storage cages.

  • Improper use of shipping crates.

  • Improper storage of shipping crates.


What are the issues1
What are the Issues? Retail Stores

  • Insanitary holding cages.

  • Improper processing equipment.

  • Equipment in good repair.

  • Unclean food contact equipment.

  • Inadequate handwashing facilities.


What are the issues2
What are the Issues? Retail Stores

  • Improper product

    Storage

  • Vermin

  • Flies

  • Cockroaches

  • Rodents


Inspection frequency
Inspection Frequency Retail Stores

  • 82 live poultry markets in New York City.

    • Inspected monthly.

    • Re-inspected within 10 days.

  • 55 poultry & small animal slaughterhouses on Long Island and Upstate NY.

    • Inspected 3 times yearly.

    • Re-inspected within 10 days.

  • Seasonal operations once before and once after opening.



Usda exempt establishment review
USDA Exempt Establishment Review Retail Stores

  • A custom exempt establishment is a facility where an individual can bring his or her animal, alive or slaughtered, for further processing.

  • The processed products are to be used by the owner, members of his or her household, non-paying guests and employees.

  • Processed products cannot be sold.


Usda exempt establishment review1
USDA Exempt Establishment Review Retail Stores)

  • All products must be marked “Not for Sale” with food grade ink.

  • Packaged products must be labeled “Not for Sale”.

  • Carcass and processed products are exempted from USDA inspection.


Usda exempt establishment review2
USDA Exempt Establishment Review Retail Stores

Division of Food Safety and

Inspection conducts reviews

of custom exempt

establishments under a

Cooperative Agreement with

USDA.


Usda exempt establishments
USDA Exempt Establishments Retail Stores

  • Exempt establishment reviews are conducted in accordance with FSIS Directive 5930.1, Revision 3.

  • Exempt Establishment Reviews are conducted on an annual basis.

  • 114 Upstate New York.

  • 44 New York City area.


Usda exempt establishment reviews
USDA Exempt Establishment Reviews Retail Stores

  • Reviews are scored “Acceptable” or “Unacceptable”.

  • Reports scored “Unacceptable” are jointly reviewed with USDA to determine if follow up is necessary.

  • Follow up review is conducted within 10 days if there is a likelihood of product contamination, rodent or insect infestation.

  • 30 days for recordkeeping, sewage and waste issues.


What are the issues3
What are the Issues? Retail Stores

  • Lack of certificates of water potability.

  • Inadequate recordkeeping.

  • Insanitary conditions and equipment.

  • Marking and labeling.

  • Product contamination.

  • Deficiencies are corrected during the review when possible.


Questions
Questions? Retail Stores

Clarence Davis

Division of Food Safety And Inspection

NYS Dept of Agriculture and Markets

clarence.davis@agmkt.state.ny.us

518-457-8835