Partnership for Food Protection (PFP)
Mutual Reliance for a Safer Food Supply through Collaboration,
Sharing Solutions, and Solving Problems
The Partnership for Food Protection (PFP) is a group of dedicated professionals from Federal, State, and Local governments (partner agencies) with roles in protecting the food supply and public health. PFP is the structure used to meld and coordinate representatives with expertise in food, feed, epidemiology, laboratory, animal health, environment, and public health to develop and implement an Integrated Food Safety System (IFSS).
Please let us know your thoughts on the Partnership for Food Protection! Email us at PFP@fda.hhs.gov.
National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) Information
Partnership for Food Protection Newsletters
Partnership for Food Protection Resource Documents
PFP Food/Feed Testing Laboratory Draft Best Practices Manual(PDF - 2MB) PFP Information Technology Data Principles(PDF - 102KB) PFP Best Practices: Model for Local Federal/State Planning and Coordination of Field Operations and Training(PDF - 253KB) National Program Standards Crosswalk Resource Paper(PDF - 555KB) Recycled Organic Waste as Animal Feed: A Recommendation for Regulatory Programs to Address Current Information Gaps(PDF - 135KB) PFP Business Process Evaluation and Improvement Tool for Inspection System(PDF - 135KB) PFP Information Technology Data Elements and Definitions(PDF - 322KB)