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FDA’s definition of ‘refusal of inspection’ by foreign facilities is too broad, GMA and others say

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The Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) and other groups say FDA’s draft guidance is overly broad in defining what constitutes “refusal of inspection” by a foreign food establishment, and fails to include due process protections for foreign facilities, whose food could be refused admission into the United States.


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