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FDA’s Yiannas says agency to respond to calls for Intentional Adulteration delay

Yiannas updates GMA on FSMA inspections, food safety testing

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After three months on the job, Frank Yiannas, deputy commissioner of food policy and response, provided a food safety update Wednesday (March 27) to members of the Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) and hinted the agency will get back to industry “relatively soon” on requests to delay the Intentional Adulteration rule.


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