FSIS conducts administrative proceedings (adjudications) to refuse or withdraw exemptions from custom slaughter and processing facilities or other businesses that operate under exemption from the inspection requirements of the FMIA and PPIA.
When sanitary conditions or practices at these businesses create health hazards, or for certain other violations, FSIS will issue a Notice of Ineligibility (complaint) requiring the business to stop operations. The business has the opportunity to correct the violations, contest FSIS' action at a hearing, or enter into a settlement agreement (consent agreement) with FSIS. Consent agreements allow the business to resume operations based on specified conditions to ensure compliance and protect the public. In some cases, FSIS issues an order (decision and order) to keep the business closed.
The table below provides the list of FSIS Adjudications and the Related Quarterly Enforcement Report, which provides information on these proceedings, and consent agreements or orders in these cases.
|Quarterly Enforcement Report
(Narrative | Tables)
|Oct 1, 2017 - Dec 31, 2017 | Table 13||Komperda Processing and Keny Komperda (Dec 27, 2017)|
|Jan 1, 2017 - Mar 31, 2017 | Table 13||Warrenton Slaughter House Inc. (Formerly Lebanese Butcher Slaughter House, Inc.) (Feb 9, 2017)|
|Jul 1, 2016 - Sep 30, 2016 | Table 13||Tovinity, Inc. (Aug 16, 2016)|
|Jan 1, 2016 - Mar 31, 2016 | Table 13||El Badia Halal Live Poultry, Inc. (Feb 10, 2016)|
|Oct 1, 2015 - Dec 31, 2015 | Table 13||Sultan Bhuiyan (Dec 9, 2015)|
|Apr 1, 2015 - Jun 30, 2015 | Table 13||Manuel's Ranch (Oct 1, 2015)|