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FDA to designate ‘high risk’ foods by September 2020 under court settlement

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A consent decree that requires FDA to designate “high risk” foods by September 2020 and publish the recordkeeping requirements by November 2022 will set into motion new traceability demands under the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), but what the rule looks like is far from clear.


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