FDA’s Proposed Produce Safety Rules – Food Safety and Modernization Act

I am unsure at this time whether, and how much, information provided via direct email messages (as a Produce Industry Member), which include disclaimers at the bottom of the emails, can be disclosed. I will clarify this, and hopefully readers can then be directed toward webinars, research, definite decisions, and updated proposals. Until then, a vast public database exists; reference the link below.

In a nutshell, the Food Safety and Modernization Act is an Act of Congress mandating the FDA to increase Food Safety in the United States. It is comprised of two separate “Rules,” each of which is open for comment and viewing–and full of sectors that need more public input.

A simple online search provided a link to public information. If/when I learn what can and cannot be revealed (whether the public information contains all that the Produce Industry Member information does), I will attempt to break this down a little better, at least as well as I understand current decisions and proposals.

Until then, a vast database of resources and comment areas on each specific area that has not been decided upon can be found via the following link:

http://www.fda.gov/Food/GuidanceRegulation/FSMA/ucm247546.htm

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