Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition
'Conversation' Series: Expert Insights on Protecting Consumers – Both People and Animals
July 6, 2017
In a new series of Q&A conversations, experts in FDA’s Foods and Veterinary Medicine (FVM) program talk in-depth about a variety of issues under FVM’s umbrella. Experts provide behind-the-scenes insights into the complex issues that affect public health, including food safety, nutrition, science, cosmetic oversight and animal health. The scope is both national and international.
The conversations we’ve posted so far focus on stakeholder engagement, the safety of imported foods, federal-state partnerships, whole genome sequencing, FDA oversight of recalls, and monitoring the safety of cosmetics. And this is just the beginning.
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|Our Strategy for Engaging Stakeholders A Conversation with Sharon Natanblut and Kari Barrett|
|FSVP: What Do Importers Need to Know?|
A Conversation with Sharon Mayl
|Taking a Modern, Integrated Approach to|
Advancing the Safety of Imported Food
A Conversation with Donald Prater
|In This Together: Explaining the FDA-State|
Partnership to Keep Foods Safe
A Conversation with Richard Ball, Joseph Corby
and Erik Mettler
|Sharing Whole Genome Sequencing|
with the World
A Conversation with Eric Brown and Marc Allard
|SCORE Hits the Ground Running|
A Conversation with Bill Correll and Doug Stearn
|Using Adverse Event Reports to|
Monitor Cosmetic Safety
A Conversation with Linda Katz