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Food Safety: Agencies Need to Address Gaps in Enforcement and Collaboration to Enhance Safety of Imported Food
Lisa Shames (au)
Imported food makes up a substantial and growing portion of the U.S. food supply. To ensure imported food safety, federal agencies must focus their resources on high risk foods and coordinate efforts. This report: (1) assesses how Customs and Border Protection, the Food and Drug Admin. (FDA), and the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service are addressing challenges in overseeing the safety of imported food; (2) assesses how FDA leverages resources by working with other entities, such as state and foreign governments; and (3) determines how FDA is using its Predictive Risk-Based Evaluation for Dynamic Import Compliance Targeting (PREDICT) system to oversee imported food safety. Charts and tables.
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