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News: Researchers: FDA Transgenic Salmon Review Flawed

The review process being used by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to assess the safety of a faster-growing transgenic salmon fails to weigh the full effects of the fish’s widespread production, according to analysis by a Duke University-led team in a recent issue of Science.

Columns: Food Safety Legislation: It's Alive!

Talk about bad timing. In last issue’s letter, which I wrote the day after the GOP spanked Democrats in the recent mid-term election, I pronounced food safety legislation, specifically the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (S. 510), effectively dead.

Features: Money for the Food Safety Mission

The Institute of Medicine (IOM) report Enhancing Food Safety: The Role of the Food and Drug Administration, released on June 8, criticized the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) approach to food safety. The report recommended that the FDA take a proactive approach by relying on prevention and surveillance rather than continuing its current reactive approach to address potential failures in ensuring the safety of the nation’s food supply.

Features: The FDA's Evolving Approach to Food Safety

On June 8, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) published a report on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) role in ensuring the safety of the American food supply. In response to criticism leveled by both food safety experts and the public, Congress had commissioned the IOM to examine gaps in the current food safety system and to identify the tools needed to improve food safety.

Columns: RIP, Food Safety Legislation?

I am writing this letter on November 3, one day after the GOP’s massive gains in the midterm election, in which they were projected to gain at least 60 seats in the House. That’s the biggest gain by any major party since 1948.

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News: FDA Needs $5 Billion, Former Official Says

President Obama’s FY 2011 budget allots some $1.37 billion for food safety programs at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), but the agency requires about five times that to keep the nation’s food supply safe, according to former FDA Associate Commissioner of Foods David Acheson, MD.

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News: Comments Sought on In-Plant Video Monitoring

The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) seeks comment by Dec. 14 on its new draft guidelines aimed at assisting meat and poultry establishments in the use of in-plant video monitoring to improve operations.

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News: FDA Announces New Food Safety Mission

A new white paper from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) outlining the agency’s new process for assessing the safety of overseas products has one food safety expert questioning the plan’s practicality.

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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.

News: Food Safety Legislation Spurs Insurance Changes

Despite being stalled in the Senate, the Food Safety Modernization Act of 2010, which would give the FDA greater authority in ordering recalls of contaminated food, is propelling insurance companies to offer coverage for such recalls, an industry insider said.

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