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With the election behind, will the Obama Administration cut loose on new mandates and finish the job on implementation?
Could privatization hold the key to removing the bottlenecks in the inspection process?
Departments: FSMA Stuck in Limbo
As the U.S. waits on FSMA, Canada and China push forward with their own food safety regulations.
Food and beverage companies must have proper infrastructure in place to prevent international corruption.
How baker’s yeast can head off looming government regulation of acrylamide.
Features: Industry Observers Predict Delays in FSMA Implementation Likely in Current Political and Economic Climate
Cost is a key impediment to widespread compliance with of the Food Safety and Modernization Act of 2010, FDA Commissioner Margaret Hamburg recently said, according to Reuters. Hamburg predicted that the regulations will be released “very soon” but added that the agency would need industry cooperation to fully adopt all provisions of the law.
The Center for Food Safety has filed suit in federal court against the Office of Management and Budget and the FDA for their failure to implement key provisions of the Food Safety Modernization Act of 2010 according to the prescribed schedule.
Rumors continue to swirl around an alleged federal criminal probe being conducted by U.S. prosecutors into the deadly 2011 Listeria outbreak traced to cantaloupes sold by Colorado-based Jensen Farms, which the CDC reports killed at least 33 people and sickened nearly 150 more.
FSPCA—the public-private group planning a nationwide core curriculum, along with training and outreach programs for implementation of the Food Safety Modernization Act—has nothing to use for training.
In a definite first for the produce industry, a probable first in the food safety industry, and a possible first for just about any industry, California cantaloupe growers have voted unanimously to support a mandatory food safety program to be implemented by the state commodity board.