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Departments: Letters To The Editor

FDA Inspections in 2014, Brand Protection in a Social Media Age, and Fingerprinting Food

Columns: Will FDA's New Budget Cover Food Safety Costs?

Examining how FDA's budget request for Fiscal 2015 will affect FSMA implementation, FDA inspections, industry user fees, and more

Columns: FDA Inspections in 2014: Big Ambitions Hampered by Limited Resources

Identifying how ‘data quality challenges,’ high-risk facilities, and budgets factor into the future of FDA’s inspection capability

Departments: News & Notes

Industry announcements for October/November 2013

Features: Pioneering Consumer Advocate Gave Rise to FDA

Harvey Wiley was the father of the Pure Food and Drugs Act of 1906

Features: ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Sprouts Can Be Safe

Larger producers provide model for success by adhering to 1999 FDA guidelines

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Features: FDA May Modify Rule on Arsenic in Juice

In the wake of a Consumer Reports study that found levels of arsenic that exceeded the federal standards for bottled water (10 parts per billion, or ppb) in about 10% of sampled apple and grape juices, the FDA has said it will consider tightening its restrictions on arsenic levels in juice.

Departments: The Highest Calling

Over the past 100 years, the ways in which our food is produced, distributed, and regulated have changed dramatically. We have witnessed the maturation of our nation and the industry that keeps it fed. And, today, the concept of food safety is at the forefront of our national discourse. To ensure success in the future, we must be committed to learning from each of the significant—and lasting—lessons learned from our past.

News: LIMS Benefits Beverage Sector

For a long time, the food and beverage industry has relied on manual processes and a paper-based system. The introduction of FSMA has introduced the need for greater scrutiny of data, however. Regulation and legislation are pressing companies to use a secure electronic data environment, increasing the need for laboratory information management systems. Many food and beverage companies are wary of this change due to potentially high costs; however, the cost of an electronic management system can generally...

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