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Food Safety: FDA Can Better Oversee Food Imports by Assessing and Leveraging Other Countriesäó» Oversight Resources
Lisa Shames (au)
U.S. reliance on imported food increased from 2000 through 2011. For some products, imports make up a considerable share of the total amount consumed in the U.S. the Food and Drug Admin. (FDA) -- responsible for ensuring the safety of most imported foods -- received new authority under the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) to enhance its oversight of food imports, including express authority to establish a system for accrediting third parties, which may include foreign governments and private auditing firms, to certify foreign food facilitiesäó» compliance with U.S. food safety requirements. FDA has also begun to assess selected foreign food safety systems to determine if these systems provide the same level of public health protection, among other things. This report (1) identifies major actions FDA is to take to implement a system for accrediting third parties and challenges, if any, it and others report with these actions; and (2) examines FDA's approach for using comparability assessments to leverage other countries' oversight capacity and enforcement authority. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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