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FSMA Re-inspection Fees MIA As Waiver Guidance Remains AWOL

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

FDA will bill supplement and conventional food product firms $248 per hour for re-inspections in the US and $285 per hour outside the country in fiscal 2018, but as it has since Congress passed FSMA, the agency will not collect re-inspection and mandatory recall fees.

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