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Advocate suggests planned FSIS rule could deregulate equivalency process

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One of the rules that appeared in the latest Unified Agenda would remove lists of foreign countries eligible to export meat products to the United States from Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) regulations and, instead, post them on the agency’s website. But that change is raising concerns FSIS may eliminate rulemaking for equivalency determinations in the future.


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