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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

Columns: Is It Time for the Next Major Food Safety Overhaul?

Could privatization hold the key to removing the bottlenecks in the inspection process?

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News: Egg Rule Inspections Begin

On Sept. 28, food safety inspectors from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) began inspecting more than 600 egg-producing farms under the new “egg rule,” which requires producers with 50,000 or more laying hens to implement Salmonella-prevention measures and maintain records. The plan is for the FDA inspectors to visit all of these plants, which supply more than 80% of the nation’s eggs, within the next 15 months.

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