Posted: 13 Feb 2018 06:09 PM PST
Barely a week apart, FDA announced the publication of a slew of guidance documents intended to further implement the food supply chain-related provisions of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA). In this posting, we look at the first set of documents, published on January 24. In an upcoming posting, we’ll look at the second set of documents, published on January 31.
The first set of guidance documents – some draft, some not – brings home the extent to which the Agency is leveraging importers and producers to help ensure the safety of food, regardless of its origin. The documents also show the difficulty of trying to weave together the FSMA regulations in a way that is comprehensible and doesn’t result in undue burdens or complexity. Any party involved in the importation and production of food should closely read these documents, which are briefly summarized below.
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