Judge Orders FDA, Food Safety Group To Set FSMA Implementation Date
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
FDA’s delays in implementing the Food Safety Modernization Act violated FSMA and the Administrative Procedures Act, a federal court finds in an April 22 order. The agency must meet with plaintiff Center for Food Safety to agree on new implementation deadlines by May 20.
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