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Interstate Milk Shippers List

Sanitation Compliance and Enforcement Ratings of Interstate Milk Shippers List

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This IMS List is provided as an on-line guide to assist regulatory program management and others who utilize the IMS List to stay current by providing continuous updates. The IMS List is also posted on FDA's Website as a Portable Document Format (PDF) file quarterly by the FDA Milk Safety Team at the bottom of this page.*

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Rules For Inclusion On The IMS List

Interstate milk shippers who have been certified by Milk Sanitation Rating Officers (SROs) as having attained the identified milk sanitation compliance and enforcement ratings are indicated on the following IMS List. These ratings/certifications are based on compliance with the requirements of the latest revision of the USPHS/FDA Grade "A" Pasteurized Milk Ordinance (PMO) and were made in accordance with the procedures set forth in the latest revision of the Methods of Making Sanitation Rating of Milk Shippers and the Certifications/Listings of Single Service Containers and/or Closures for Milk and/or Milk Products Manufacturers (MMSR).

*Proposal 301 that was passed at the 2001 NCIMS Conference, held May 5-10, 2001, in Wichita, Kansas, and concurred with by FDA states: "Transfer Stations, Receiving Stations and Milk Plants must achieve a Sanitation Compliance Rating of 90 or better in order to be eligible for a listing on the IMS List. Sanitation Compliance Rating scores for Transfer and Receiving Stations and Milk Plants will not be printed on the IMS List". Therefore, the publication of a Sanitation Compliance Rating score for Transfer and Receiving Stations and Milk Plants will not be printed on the IMS List.

*Proposal 316 that was passed at the 2003 NCIMS Conference, held April 16-May 1, 2003 in Seattle, WA, and concurred with by FDA authorized the NCIMS Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) Listing of milk plants, receiving stations and transfer stations. The HACCP Listing shall be made by a Milk  Sanitation Rating Officer who has been certified to conduct HACCP Listings by a USPHS/FDA representative. Milk plants, receiving stations and transfer stations must achieve an acceptable HACCP Listings in order to be eligible for a listing on the IMS List.

*Proposal 305 that was passed at the 2013 NCIMS Conference, held April 19-24, 2013 in Indianapolis, IN, and concurred with by FDA, authorized the NCIMS Voluntary International Certification Program (ICP) and the utilization of Third Party Certifiers (TPCs), certified by USPHS/FDA, to list foreign milk shippers and laboratories on the IMS List.

*Proposal 309 that was passed at the 2015 NCIMS Conference, held April 24-29, 2015 in Portland, OR, and concurred with by FDA, authorized single-service containers and/or closures for milk and/or milk products manufacturing plants to be eligible for certification/listing on the IMS List that they shall have a Sanitation Compliance Rating of eighty (80) or above.  It also stated that the publication of a Sanitation Compliance Rating score for single-service containers and/or closures for milk and/or milk products manufacturing plants will not be printed on the IMS List.

THIS IMS LIST SUPERSEDES ALL IMS LISTS WHICH HAVE BEEN ISSUED; HERETOFORE, ALL PRECEDING IMS LISTS AND SUPPLEMENTS THERETO ARE VOID.

The rules for inclusion on the IMS List were formulated by the official voting representatives of State Milk Regulatory and Rating Agencies and FDA who have participated in the conferences of the National Conference on Interstate Milk Shipments (NCIMS). These rules are as follows:

  1. The interstate milk shipper's milk supply shall be under the routine supervision of an official Regulatory Agency. Supervision shall be based on the procedures and standards of the USPHS/FDA PMO, MMSR and Procedures Governing the Cooperative State-Public Health Service/Food and Drug Administration Program of the National Conference on Interstate Milk Shipments (Procedures).
  2. Ratings of interstate milk shipper's supplies shall be conducted by Milk Sanitation Rating Officers who have been certified by a USPHS/FDA representative. Ratings to be IMS listed shall include the sanitation compliance ratings of the producing dairy farms, receiving stations, transfer stations, and milk plants and the enforcement rating of the supervising Regulatory Agency.
  3. Ratings shall be made on individual milk shipper's supplies, unless the milk supply is part of an area rating, which has been awarded a Sanitation Compliance Rating of 90% or above more on the basis of an official rating. Individual ratings and area ratings shall be made at a frequency of not less than once every 24 months. All ratings shall be reported and listed, as applicable, to the nearest whole number.
  4. The interstate milk shipper's supply shall be under a program of routine laboratory control which has been accredited by the State Laboratory Control Agency as substantially complying with Standard Methods for the Examination of Dairy Products, published by the American Public Health Association (most current edition), and with provisions of the PMO, and the Evaluation of Milk Laboratories (EML). Officially designated laboratories accredited by the Laboratory Control Agency may perform this routine laboratory control.
  5. USPHS/FDA shall periodically conduct check ratings or HACCP audits, if applicable, of the sanitation compliance and enforcement status of IMS listed milk shippers to assure the validity of published IMS listings. They also shall certify the rating, and laboratory procedures of the reporting Regulatory/Rating Agency and Laboratory Control Agency, respectively.

USPHS/FDA will not include on the IMS List the ratings of any milk shipper's supply unless the written signed permission of the milk shipper concerned has been obtained by the Rating Agency.

Those shippers who have correctly completed Form FDA 2359i "Interstate Milk Shipper's Report" and which is received by the Milk Safety Team, HFS-316, College Park, MD will be included on the IMS List

  1. Certifications/listings of U.S. manufacturers of single-service containers and/or closures for milk and/or milk products shall be conducted by Milk Sanitation Rating Officers who have been certified by a USPHS/FDA representative; or a Third Party Certifier’s (TPC’s) Milk Sanitation Rating Officer (SRO); or a Certified Single-Service Consultant (SSC) who has been certified by a USPHS/FDA representative for foreign manufacturers of single-service containers and/or closures for milk and/or milk products, which measures the degree to which the provisions of Appendix J. Standards for the Fabrication of Single-Service Containers and/or Closures for Milk and/or Milk Products of the PMO are being complied with by the single-service containers and/or closures manufacturer for inclusion on the IMS List.
  2. The certification/listing is based on compliance with the requirements of Appendix J. of the PMO and is conducted in accordance with the procedures set forth in the MMSR.  A single-service containers and/or closures for milk and/or milk products manufacturing plants shall obtain a Sanitation Compliance Rating of eighty (80) or above to be eligible for an IMS listing.  All certifications/listings shall be reported to the nearest whole number.
  3. USPHS/FDA shall periodically conduct audits of the Sanitation Compliance Rating of IMS listed single-service containers and/or closures for milk and/or milk products manufacturers to assure the validity of published IMS listings.

USPHS/FDA will not include on the IMS List the certification/listing of any single-service containers and/or closures for milk and/or milk products manufacturer unless the written signed permission of the manufacturer concerned has been obtained by the Rating Agency or SCC, as applicable.

Those single-service containers and/or closures for milk and/or milk products manufacturers who have correctly completed Form FDA 2359d “Report of Certification (Fabrication of Single-Service Containers and/or Closures for Milk and/or Milk Products)” and which is received by the Milk Safety Team , HFS-316, College Park, MD will be included on the IMS List.

We are limiting the company's name to the name of the parent organization or its subsidiary, but not both. If the preferred name is not indicated on the Form FDA 2359i or Form FDA 2359d, as applicable, the editor will select the name which is considered appropriate

The use of the IMS List is entirely optional and its sole purpose is to assist those States who wish to utilize this information in the furtherance of their own milk sanitation regulatory program.

National Uniform Coding System For Packaging Identification Of Milk Plants

The voluntary national uniform coding system, developed by the National Labeling Committee and recommended for utilization by the ninth NCIMS (1963), is a system for the identification of milk plants at which milk and/or milk products are packaged by means of nationally recognized State and plant code numbers identified on the package. It is exclusively applicable to milk and/or products pasteurized in a milk plant other than shown under the trade name, distributor's names, or private label. If this voluntary national uniform coding system is not used, the name and address of the milk plant at which pasteurization took place shall be identified on the cartons or containers. Refer to Section 4 of the PMO.

Since the start of this program, the numerical code for State identification has been utilized. Public Law 89-306, October 30, 1965, authorized the Secretary of Commerce "to make appropriate recommendations to the President relating to the establishment of uniform Federal automatic data processing standard." The numerical code for the States developed under this Public Law is known as the Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) and is utilized on the IMS List.

Each State may assign individual identification numbers to milk plants within their State. When a State assigned number is indicated on Form FDA 2359i, it is published in the IMS List following the name of the shipper.

If the name and address of the milk plant, at which pasteurization took place is not imprinted on the container, or included on the label proper, labeling of a container may include the name and main address of the manufacturer, processor, or distributor, plus the code number that identifies the State and milk plant in which the milk and/or milk product was pasteurized.

FIPS Numerical Code for States
State FIPS Code Number State FIPS Code Number
Alabama 01 Montana 30
Alaska 02 Nebraska 31
Arizona 04 Nevada 32
Arkansas 05 New Hampshire 33
California 06 New Jersey 34
Colorado 08 New Mexico 35
Connecticut 09 New York 36
Delaware 10 North Carolina 37
District of Columbia 11 North Dakota 38
Florida 12 Ohio 39
Georgia 13 Oklahoma 40
Hawaii 15 Oregon 41
Idaho 16 Pennsylvania 42
Illinois 17 Puerto Rico 43
Indiana 18 Rhode Island 44
Iowa 19 South Carolina 45
Kansas 20 South Dakota 46
Kentucky 21 Tennessee 47
Louisiana 22 Texas 48
Maine 23 Utah 49
Maryland 24 Vermont 50
Massachusetts 25 Virginia 51
Michigan 26 Washington 53
Minnesota 27 West Virginia 54
Mississippi 28 Wisconsin 55
Missouri 29 Wyoming 56

Example: 37-275, 37 indicates the milk plant is located in North Carolina and 275 identifies a milk plant within the State.

It is recommended that the part of the code indicating the State of pasteurization always consist of two digits followed by a hypen; for example, 05- .

For foreign IMS listed milk shippers approved by Third Party Certifiers (TPCs) the first two (2) letters identify the ISO Country code, which precede the two (2) digit FIPS province/state code in which the milk shipper is located followed by the TPC assigned individual identification for the milk shipper. For Example: MX-06-0030 where MX is Mexico, 06 is Chijuahua and 0030 is the TPC assigned individual milk shipper identification.


Sanitation Compliance And Enforcement Ratings Of Interstate Milk Shippers - Domestic

(Dynamic --May be updated daily when new data is available)


Sanitation Compliance And Enforcement Ratings Of Interstate Milk Shippers - Foreign

(Dynamic --May be updated daily when new data is available)

Foreign Countries

Certified Manufacturers Of Single-Service Containers And/Or Closures For Milk And/Or Milk Products – Domestic

(Dynamic --May be updated daily when new data is available)

Milk Laboratories Approved By Federal And State Agencies

(Dynamic --May be updated daily when new data is available)

Milk Laboratories Approved By Third Party Certifiers – Foreign

(Dynamic - Maybe updated when new data is available)

Foreign Countries

Sanitation Compliance And Enforcement Ratings Of Interstate Milk Shippers

  1. Raw Milk for Pasteurization (May Include Lowfat, Skim or Cream).
  2. Pasteurized Milk, Reduced Fat, Lowfat, Skim  (Including Flavored).
  3. Heat-Treated (May Include Reduced Fat, Lowfat, Skim or Cream).
  4. Pasteurized Half & Half, Coffee Cream, Creams.
  5. Ultra-Pasteurized Milk and Milk Products  (Including Flavored).
  6. Aseptic Milk and Milk Products (Including Flavored).
  7. Cottage Cheese (Including Lowfat, Nonfat or Dry Curd).
  8. Cultured or Acidified Milk and Milk Products.
  9. Yogurt (Including Lowfat or Skim and Flavored).
  10. Sour Cream Products (Acidified or Cultured and Flavored).
  11. Whey (Liquid).
  12. Whey (Condensed).
  13. Whey (Dry).
  14. Modified Whey Products (Condensed or Dry).
  15. Condensed Milk and Milk Products.
  16. Nonfat Dry Milk.
  17. Buttermilk (Condensed or Dry).
  18. Eggnog.
  19. Lactose Reduced Milk and Milk Products.
  20. Low-Sodium Milk and Milk Products.
  21. Milk and Milk Products with Added Safe and Suitable Microbial Organisms (Such as Lactobacillus acidophilus).
  22. Dry Milk and Milk Products.
  23. Anhydrous Milk Fat.
  24. Cholesterol Modified Anhydrous Milk Fat.
  25. Cholesterol Modified Fluid Milk Products.
  26. Cream (Condensed or Dry).
  27. Blended Dry Products.
  28. Whey Cream.
  29. Whey Cream and Cream Blends.
  30. Grade 'A' Lactose
  31. Raw Goat Milk for Pasteurization.
  32. Pasteurized Goat Milk and Milk Products .
  33. Cultured Goat Milk and Milk Products.
  34. Condensed or Dry Goat Milk and Milk Products.
  35. Ultra-Pasteurized Goat Milk and Milk Products.
  36. Aseptic Goat Milk and Goat Milk Products.
  37. Raw Sheep Milk for Pasteurization.
  38. Pasteurized Sheep Milk and Milk Products.
  39. Cultured Sheep Milk and Milk Products.
  40. Concentrated Raw Milk Products for Pasteurization.
  41. Concentrated Pasteurized Milk Products.
  42. Ultrafiltered Permeate from Milk.
  43. Ultrafiltered Permeate from Whey.
  44. Raw Water Buffalo Milk for Pasteurization.
  45. Pasteurized Water Buffalo Milk and Milk Products.
  46. Cultured Water Buffalo Milk and Milk Products.
  47. Raw Camel Milk for Pasteurization.
  48. Pasteurized Camel Milk and Milk Products.
  49. Cultured Camel Milk and Milk Products.

The following abbreviations are used in this IMS list:

AMPI Associated Milk Producers Inc.
ASSN Association
BTU Bulk Tank Unit
CRY Creamery
CTY County
DCA Dairymen Creamery Assn.
DFA Dairy Farmers of America
DMCI Dairymen Marketing Coop Inc
DMS Dairy Marketing Services
DYMEN Dairymen
DY Dairy
DYS Dairies
ED Environmental Department
FCC Farmer's Coop Creamery
FDFA Florida Dairy Farmers Assn
FM Farm
FMS Farms
GP Group
HD Health Department
ICMPA Independent Coop Milk Producers Association
LOL Land O'Lakes
MGF Morning Glory Farms
MMI Milk Marketing Inc.
MMPA Michigan Milk Prods. Assn.
NDA Northwest Dairy Assn.
NFO National Farmers Organization
PH Public Health
PRODS Producers
RS Receiving Station
SDA State Dept. of Agriculture
SDL State Dept. of Livestock
SHD State Health of Department
STA Station
SVF Swiss Valley Farms
TR Transfer Station

Certified Manufacturers Of Single-Service Containers And/Or Closures For Milk And/Or Milk Products-Domestic

The names of domestic manufacturers of single-service containers and/or, closures for milk and/or milk products who have been certified by Milk Rating Agencies as having obtained a Sanitation Compliance Rating of eighty (80) or above as being in satisfactory compliance with the requirements of Appendix J. Fabrication of Single-Service Containers and/or Closures for Milk and/or Milk Products of the PMO are listed on the following pages.

This listing of certified single-service manufacturing plants includes only the names of those plants reported to the Milk Safety Team as having been certified by Milk Rating Officers. If furnished to FDA, the coding or identification system used by the manufacturer will be found following the name of the plant, city and country where it is located.

Space limitations compel us to limit the company's name to the name of the parent organization or the name of the division, but not both. If the preferred name is not indicated on FDA Form 2359d, Report of Certification (Fabrication of Single-Service Containers and Closures for Milk and Milk Products) the editor will select the name which is considered appropriate.

Certified Manufacturers Of Single-Service Containers And/Or Closures For Milk And/Or Milk Products-Foreign

The names of foreign manufacturers of single-service containers and/or, closures for milk and/or milk products who have been certified by Single-Service Consultants or International Certification Program Third Party Certifiers’ Milk Sanitation Rating Officers identified on the IMS List as having obtained a Sanitation Compliance Rating of eighty (80) or above as being in satisfactory compliance with the requirements of Appendix J. Fabrication of Single-Service Containers and Closures for Milk and Milk Products of the PMO are listed on the following pages.

This listing of certified single-service manufacturing plants includes only the names of those plants reported to the Milk Safety Team as having been certified by Milk Sanitation Rating Officers or Single Service Consultants, as applicable. If furnished to FDA, the coding or identification system used by the manufacturer will be found following the name of the plant, and city and country where it is located.

Space limitations compel us to limit the company’s name to the name of the parent organization or the name of the division, but not both. If the preferred name is not indicated on FORM FDA 2359d, Report of Certification (Fabrication of Single-Service Containers and Closures for Milk and Milk Products) the editor will select the name which is considered appropriate.

*Proposal 305 that was passed at the 2013 NCIMS Conference, held April 19-24, 2013 in Indianapolis, IN, and concurred with by FDA, authorized the NCIMS Voluntary International Certification Program (ICP) and the utilization of Third Party Certifiers (TPCs), certified by USPHS/FDA, to list foreign single-service containers and/or closures for milk and/or milk products manufacturers on the IMS List.

Explanation of Product and Material Code
First Column-Product Second Column-Material
1 -  Containers 1 - Metal
2 -  Closures 2 - Paper (includes laminates)
3 -  Other products (Including sample containers and
closures, valves, films, etc.)
3 - Plastic
4 -  Containers and closures 4 - Metal and Paper
5 -  Containers and other products 5 - Metal and Plastic
6 -  Closures and other products 6 - Paper and Plastic
7 -  Containers, closures and other products 7 - Metals, Paper and Plastic
    8 - Glass
    9 - Rubber
    10- Paper, metal, plastic and glass
    11- Ceramic

Expiration Date

The certification/listing of single-service containers and/or closures for milk and/or milk products manufacturers may be valid for a period not to exceed one (1) year or two (2) years from the earliest certification date.  The expiration date is one (1) year or two (2) years from the earliest certification date. NOTE: Certifications/listings conducted by Single-Service Consultants (SSCs) shall only be valid for a period not to exceed one (1) year from the earliest certification date.

Following are the Criteria for Listing Certified Single-Service Containers and/or Closures Manufacturers on the IMS List:

The following criteria have been developed to allow Rating and/or Regulatory Agencies flexibility in evaluating and listing single-service containers and/or closures manufacturing plants.  Rating and/or Regulatory Agencies shall choose from the following list of criteria for listing certified single-service containers and/or closures manufacturers:

  1. Single-service containers and/or closures manufacturers that operate in conjunction with an IMS Listed milk plant may be listed for twenty-four (24) months, if the single-service containers and/or closures manufacturing plant is inspected at least quarterly, using FORM FDA 2359c-Manufacturing Plant Inspection Report (Single-Service Containers and/or Closures for Milk and/or Milk Products), and records of such inspections and all required tests are maintained by the Regulatory Agency.  Provided that, single-service containers and/or closures manufacturers that operate in conjunction with an IMS HACCP listed milk plant may be listed for twenty-four (24) months, if the single-service containers and/or closures manufacturing plant is integrated into the milk plant’s NCIMS HACCP system and if the single-service containers and/or closures manufacturing plant is inspected at the minimum milk plant audit frequency specified in Appendix K. of the Grade “A” PMO, using FORM FDA 2359c-MANUFACTURING PLANT INSPECTION REPORT (Single-Service Containers and/or Closures for Milk and/or Milk Products), and records of such inspections and all required tests are maintained by the Regulatory Agency. The permit for the milk plant shall also include the inspection of the single-service containers and/or closures manufacturing areas. .
  2. Single-service containers and/or closures manufacturers that operate in conjunction with an IMS listed milk plant and are not inspected at least quarterly and/or are not included under a permit system may be optionally listed for twelve (12) months.
  3. Single-service containers and/or closures manufacturers that operate as a separate entity may be listed for twenty-four (24) months, if the Regulatory Agency has a permit system and inspects the single-service containers and/or closures manufacturing plant using FORM FDA 2359c–MANUFACTURING PLANT INSPECTION REPORT (Single-Service Containers and/or Closures for Milk and/or Milk Products) at least quarterly.  All testing of containers, closures and individual water supplies shall be under the direction of the Regulatory Agency and kept on file.
  4. Single-service containers and/or closures manufacturers that operate as a separate entity and are not inspected by Regulatory Agency personnel at least quarterly and/or do not have a permit system may be optionally listed for twelve (12) months.

NOTE: This criterion is the only option available for use by a Single-Service Consultant (SSC) when certifying foreign manufacturers of single-service containers and/or closures for milk and/or milk products.


Listing Type

FULL (F): A "FULL" listing shall mean that all manufacturing production rooms, fabrication lines or machines have been evaluated and certified in regard to containers and/or closures and conform to the specifications of Appendix J-Standards for the Fabrication of Single-Service Containers and/or Closures for Milk and/or Milk Products of the PMO.

PARTIAL (P): A "PARTIAL" listing shall mean only specific production rooms, fabrication lines or machines have been evaluated and certified in regard to specific containers and/or closures or specific size of containers and/or closures and conform to the specifications of Appendix J-Standards for the Fabrication of Single-Service Containers and/or Closures for Milk and/or Milk Products of the PMO.

Milk Laboratories Approved By Federal And State Agencies And Third Party Certifiers

Milk laboratories and the laboratory procedures performed, which have been found to be in substantial compliance with the EML and FDA/NCIMS 2400 Forms (most current edition) are listed on the following pages. Central Laboratories (Cen./A) and Vitamin Laboratories (Vit./F) and procedures are approved by a Milk Laboratory Evaluation Officer (LEO) of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Official (Off./A), Commercial (Com./B), Dairy Industry (Ind./C) and Certified Industry supervisor (CIS./D) laboratories and procedures are approved by FDA certified Laboratory Evaluation Officers (LEOs).

The IMS List includes the laboratory names, locations, numbers assigned by the FDA, expiration dates, the dates of the last two split samples participated in, and the procedures for which the laboratories are approved for.

Laboratory Procedure Codes
  • 2. Standard Plate Count
  • 3. Plate Loop Count (raw milk only)
  • 4. Spiral Plate Count (raw milk only)
  • 5. Petrifilm Aerobic Count
  • 6. Peel Plate Aerobic Count
  • 7. BactoScan FC (raw milk only)
  • 8. TEMPO Aerobic Count
  • 9. Detection of Inhibitory Substances
    • B2. Charm BSDA
    • C2. Charm II Competitive
    • C3. Charm II Sequential
    • C4. Charm II Quantitative
    • C9. Charm II Cloxacillin
    • C10. Charm II Sulfa
    • C11. Charm II Chloramphenicol
    • C12. Charm II Tetracycline
    • C13. Charm SL (Safe Level)
    • C15. Charm SL3
    • C16. Charm FLUSLBL
    • D1. Delvotest P
    • D3. Delvotest P 5 Pack
    • I1. New Snap BL
    • N1. Neogen BetaStar Plus
  • 12. Direct Somatic Cell Count
  • 16. Electronic Somatic Cell Count
  • 18. Peel Plate Coliform Count
  • 19. TEMPO Coliform Count
  • 20. Petrifilm Coliform Count/High Sensitivity Coliform Count
  • 21. Coliform Plate Count
  • 22. Pasteurized Milk Containers
  • 24. Dairy Water
  • 25. Dairy Water Testing, Other
  • 26. Disintegration Test
  • 27. Flat Lid or Pour Contact Tests
  • 28. Phosphatase Test-Flourophos
  • 29. Phosphatase Test-Charm
  • 29P. Charm Paslite
  • 29F. Charm Fast Alkaline Phosphatase (FAP)
  • 30. Vitamin Analysis (A, D or A & D)

Expiration Date

The expiration date (EXP. DATE) shown is the date that the laboratory's approval status actually expires. A two (2) month grace period, however, is allowed to accommodate the transmission of laboratory reports to the FDA.

Laboratory Identification Codes

Laboratory Identification Codes are assigned to each laboratory. The first two (2) digits identify the State in which the laboratory is located according to the FIPS Numerical Code for States (Refer to page iv). The following letter identifies the laboratory type (see below) and the last five (5) digits identify the specific laboratory (ex. 01-A-00008). For foreign laboratories approved by Third Party Certifiers (TPCs) there is an additional two (2) letter ISO Country code preceding the two (2) digit FIPS province code (ex. MX-06-D-0030).

  1. – Central and Officials Laboratories
  2. – Commercial Laboratories
  3. – Industry Laboratories
  4. – Certified Industry Supervisors
  5. – Appendix N Screening Laboratories
  6. – Certified Vitamin Laboratories
  7. – Federal Laboratories

Laboratory Classifications

F = Approved, this laboratory may perform the indicated procedures for official IMS testing.

C = Conditionally approved, this laboratory does not have full status, but may perform the indicated procedures for official IMS testing.

N = Not approved, this laboratory has recently had its approval removed and may no longer be used for official IMS testing.

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