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FDA Refusals of Imported Food Products by Country and Category, 2005-2013
Jon Bovay (au)
This report analyzes food import shipments that were refused entry into the U.S. by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) from 2005 to 2013 and assesses patterns in import refusals. It highlights which products are most often found in violation, identifies the most common types of violations, and discusses country-product patterns of note and changes in import refusal patterns over time. The industry group with the most shipments refused over 2005-13 was fishery and seafood products with 20.5% of refused shipments. This was followed by vegetables/vegetable products (16.1%) and fruit/fruit products (10.5%). Sanitary violations were the most common reason for a shipment refusal in both fishery/seafood products and fruit/fruit products, whereas pesticide residues were the most common violations for vegetables. Figures and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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