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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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News: FDA to Evaluate Genetically Modified Salmon

A panel of scientific advisers to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) met September 19-20 to evaluate findings from staff concluding that genetically engineered salmon from Aqua Bounty Technologies Inc. are safe to eat and pose little risk to the environment.

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News: Will Hagen Expand E. coli Policy at FSIS?

Newly sworn-in U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) Under Secretary Elisabeth Hagen, MD, should make an expanded assault on Escherichia coli, one of her top priorities for her first few months in the position, said an attorney who has litigated foodborne illnesses since 1993.

News: Initial Reportable Food Registry Numbers Released

The initial findings of the Reportable Food Registry, presented via teleconference in late July, revealed 125 primary reports regarding incidents affecting food safety. “We’re putting out this report [now] so that the public can know what we’re learning,” said Michael R. Taylor, JD, Deputy Commissioner for Foods at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). “Over time, we hope that this will build a body of information that can be useful for tracking trends and understanding...

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News: Senate Food Safety Bill

Senate Democrats are working on an agreement with Republicans that they hope will allow the Food and Drug Administration Food Safety Modernization Act of 2010 (S. 510) to reach the Senate floor for debate in September, according to a Senate staffer familiar with the discussion.

Columns: The FDA Shifts From Food Safety to Public Safety

In recent years, food-related illnesses followed by highly publicized product recalls have created concerns that food product regulation in the United States is inadequate. The food industry has a complex regulatory structure, divided among many federal, state, and local authorities, with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) handling almost all federal food inspections other than meat products.

Features: Regulation and the U.S.–China Dynamic

In the past, within living memory, food processing was largely a localized system with production facilities located near the source of the food product supply, the two linked by short and relatively simple logistics. Today the global food processing industry is estimated at more than $2 trillion in annual sales, with approximately 25% directly involving international import/export sourcing.

News: FDA Issues Guidance on Antibiotics in Food Animals

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a draft guidance calling for the “judicious use” of antimicrobial drugs in food-producing animals. The document, released June 28, calls for use of antibiotics only under veterinary oversight and when necessary for ensuring animal health.

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