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Food Safety: Additional Actions Needed to Help FDAäó»s Foreign Offices Ensure Safety of Imported Food
AJ. Alfredo Gomez (au)
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has responsibility for ensuring the safety and proper labeling of more than 80% of the U.S. food supply, including an increased volume of imported food. Beginning in 2008, FDA established foreign offices to help prevent unsafe products from reaching U.S. borders. In 2010, FDAäó»s foreign offices were found to have engaged in a variety of activities relating to food safety but they faced challenges due to an increasing workload and other factors. This follow-up study examines (1) the activities FDA foreign offices have engaged in since 2010 to help ensure the safety of imported food; (2) the extent of the foreign officesäó» contributions to the safety of imported food; and (3) the extent to which FDA has engaged in workforce planning for its foreign offices. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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