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Traceability and Supply Chain
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Reps. Blake Farenthold (R-Texas), Steven Palazzo (R-Miss.) and Alan Lowenthal (D-Calif.), on Thursday (June 29) introduced legislation that would require all species of fish sold in the United States to be traced “from the fishing boat or farm to the dinner plate.”
A federal judge has ruled the government must ratify by June 30 a final rule that established a contested traceability program for certain types of imported seafood. The latest ruling leaves the seafood traceability rule in place that creates a new tracing system for seafood identified as vulnerable to illegal fishing, with compliance set to start on Jan. 1.
Steps being taken to harmonize Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) audits with Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) requirements and an update on FDA’s audit requirements were the focus of a Monday (June 5) panel discussion at the Food Safety Supply Chain conference.
Sharon Lindan Mayl, FDA’s senior advisor for policy to deputy commissioner for foods and veterinary medicine, provided an update on implementation of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) and some pointers on how companies should communicate with inspectors when problems arise during a Monday (June 5) session of the Food Safety Supply Chain conference.
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