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Food industry sounds off on draft FSMA Intentional Adulteration guide

Guide should not be used as basis for enforcement, industry says

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With the compliance date fast approaching this summer, FDA’s intentional adulteration (IA) draft guide received mostly positive reviews from industry, with some hailing FDA’s move to allow facilities flexibility while others said it demands too much detail.


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