Supplier Verification Rule Increases Import Safety Burden
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
FDA continues work on a foreign supplier verification program rule and has launched pilot programs for FSMA’s Enhanced Tracking and Tracing of Food and Recordkeeping rule. CSPI asserts that import safety does not hinge on an FSVP rule, and a proposed Tracking and Tracing rule is several years away.
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