FDA Should Recalculate Food Safety Fees – AHPA
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
AHPA questions FDA’s method of determining the Office of Regulatory Affairs’ rates for work subject to FSMA fees, and suggests the agency refrain from assessing the fees until a guidance is available on requesting waivers.
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