Better understanding of FSMA needed

Better understanding of FSMA needed

THE newly released Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) regulations were the main focus of attendees who gathered for a joint meeting of the Pet Food Institute and the National Grain & Feed Assn. (NGFA) Sept. 29-Oct. 1 in Columbus, Ohio.

Dave Fairfield, NGFA vice president of feed services, said the Food & Drug Administration is working to issue some needed guidance on requirements for good manufacturing practices and preventive controls un

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