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News: Industry Experts Respond to the Revised FSMA Rules

Revised provisions to four proposed rules in the FDA’s FSMA surprised few industry experts, but they say the changes clarify the original rules, first proposed in 2013, and could give them more teeth. The four revised rules cover preventative controls of human food, produce safety, preventive controls for animal food, and foreign supplier verification programs.

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News: COOL Jeopardizes Relationships with Key Trading Partners

On October 20, the World Trade Organization released its compliance panel report regarding the revised U.S. Country of Origin Labeling (COOL) rule. The results from the report found COOL to indeed be in violation of global trade rules that require imports to be treated no less favorably than domestic products.

Columns: Moving Toward Laboratory Standards

As the move towards laboratory standards slowly progresses, food labs should not wait on a federal mandate to raise the bar on quality testing

Columns: The Fight Over Food Label Changes

Industry submits an avalanche of objections to FDA’s proposed revisions to the Nutrition Facts label

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Features: SPECIAL FEATURE: The Link Between SR&ED and Quality Assurance and Food Safety

The Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SR&ED) Tax Credit claim program isn’t solely concerned with R&D: Eligible SR&ED costs and claims may be initiated, supported, or documented in other operational areas, especially quality assurance and food safety.

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News: National Efforts Focus on Reducing Antibiotic Resistance

Growing concerns about antibiotic-resistant bacteria are outlined in a recent report by the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology, in a White House National Strategy on Combating Antibiotic Bacteria, and in a Presidential Executive Order. All aim at directing national and international attention toward correction action, including changes in antibiotic use in food production.

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News: FDA Revisions to FSMA Proposals Add Flexibility

Proposed revisions to four rules in the FDA FSMA are intended to make the original proposals more flexible and practical. The revisions are based on comments received from farmers and others directly affected by the original proposals, and the revisions are now open to public comment.

Columns: The FSMA Countdown: Enacting Act through FITs and FOTs

Time is running out as FDA sets up teams to plan how to implement final food safety rules starting next year

Columns: Pesty Food Management

Start the FSMA compliance process by first dealing with bothersome pest problems—incorporate a rigorous management plan into overall operating procedures

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News: USDA Issues Source Recordkeeping Rules for Raw Ground Beef

Concluding that voluntary recordkeeping has not been “sufficiently effective,” the USDA has issued a proposed recordkeeping rule for all makers of raw ground beef products, which would require them to keep detailed information on all their meat sources.

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