WASHINGTON — The Food and Drug Administration has extended the comment period on information collection provisions by three months for two proposed Food Safety Modernization Act rules. The deadline for those comments was moved from Feb. 15 to May 16 for the rules released in January related to safety protocol at farms and processing facilities. The United Fresh Produce Association had previously petitioned the FDA to extend the comment period for certain provisions of the ...

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