Fruit and Vegetable Juices
With the exception of juices prepared and sold at a retail outlet, all juices must be processed using a hazard analysis and critical control points plan (HACCP). For further general information on HACCP see the HACCP section of this web site.
- Code of Federal Regulations Title 21 Part 120
Information pertaining to Juice HACCP regulations can be found here.
Particularly helpful are the question and answer guides and the Hazard and Control Guide:
Juice HACCP Training Programs
- Cider and Juice Outbreaks (Barfblog.com) (opens as .xslx download, 21 KB)
- Outbreaks of Foodborne Disease Associated with Fruit and Vegetable Juices, 1922–2010 (M.D. Danyluk et. al., University of Florida Extension) (PDF 676 KB)
Safer Processing of Juice Video
The California Department of Public Health, Food and Drug Branch developed this video in cooperation with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, University researchers, and Industry representatives to assist the industry in producing a safer product.
Safer Processing of Juice Video - 2 hours 26 min. total.
Module 1 – Introduction to Food Safety; Juice Products as a Special Case - 3:55 min.
Module 1 – Introduction to Food Safety; Juice Products as a Special Case
Module 2 – Regulations, Requirements, and Guidance - 27:44 min.
Module 2 – Regulations, Requirements, and Guidance
Module 3 – Personnel Practices - 12:17 min.
Module 3 – Personnel Practices
Module 4 – Cleaning and Sanitizing - 13:27 min.
Module 4 – Cleaning and Sanitizing
Module 5 – Agricultural Practices and Raw Materials - 18:44
Module 5 – Agricultural Practices and Raw Materials
Module 6 - Processing, Design and Packaging - 21:18
Module 6 - Processing, Design and Packaging
Module 7 - Performance Standards and Intervention - 48:35 min.
Module 7 - Performance Standards and Intervention