It's been eight months since Congress approved the Food Safety Modernization Act, updating regulations for preventing and addressing food safety problems. The new law has given the U.S. Food and Drug Administration the authority to shut down facilities and make mandatory recalls for dangerous products, among other powers, and has created new guidelines for imported and domestic food. While developing the requirements and rules mandated in FSMA, many industry leaders have been pleased with ...

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