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Early this year, FDA began increasing FSVP inspections and issuing 483s and Warning Letters (as we discussed in a newsletter). Then the pandemic hit, and FDA issued a statement that it would temporarily not enforce FSMA requirements

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Please find below the daily updated archive list of TAG's COVID-19 Daily Updates & Resources. February 13, 2020 February 27, 2020 February 28, 2020 February 29, 2020 March 01, 2020 March 02, 2020 from February 29, 2020.

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The Mitigation Strategies to Protect Food Against Intentional Adulteration Rule (IA Rule) of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) is the first regulation requiring food facilities to train employees in food defense and develop a Food Defense

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Whether caused by a keener focus on sanitation and food safety – or, as postulated by FSN, a diversion of public health professionals to the pandemic or ill people not seeking medical attention and testing in possible

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How up to date are you with FDA regulations? If quizzed, could you define FTL, CTE, and KDE? If not, the October TAG/SafetyChain FSMA Friday webinar, presented by TAG Director of Food Safety Eric Edmunds, JD, is

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Last week, the FDA issued a new tool intended to more quickly and frequently communicate foodborne illness outbreak information – prior to the issuance of a public health advisory or recall. The new Coordinated Outbreak Response and

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From the implementation of modernized inspection of USDA-regulated facilities to consumer food preparation research and outreach, the agency’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is wending its way through its recently published Roadmap to Reducing Salmonella to

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There’s a lot to absorb in FDA’s newly published Food Traceability Proposed Rule (Requirements for Additional Traceability Records for Certain Foods)! So the TAG team is continuing to closely review and study the 55-page document to bring

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Since the beginning of the pandemic, the food industry has seen lower than normal rates of recalls. While the reasons for this likely vary – from lack of regulatory oversight to increased sanitation in the facilities, there

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