WASHINGTON (FNS) -- The Food and Drug Administration's request for comments earlier this year on extending its proposed seafood food safety inspection program to cover some food manufacturing, including in-store cooking operations, drew 35 responses by the Dec. 1 comment deadline. At issue is whether food safety at processors, wholesalers and retailers should be governed by a Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point program, or HACCP. The FDA has proposed a HACCP program for the seafood ...

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