FDA launches reporting tool for livestock feed issues

FDA launches reporting tool for livestock feed issues

THE Food & Drug Administration announced the availability of a new website for the public to report problems related to livestock animal food.

The Livestock Food Reporting portal will accept reports about foods made for species considered to be livestock, including, but not limited to, horses, cattle, swine, poultry and fish.

FDA said it encourages anyone with concerns about animal feed to file a report, including veterinarians and livestock producers. This new online portal provides an additional means for consumers to register complaints, while FDA's District Office consumer complaint coordinators will continue to accept reports via phone.

The Livestock Food Reporting portal is the latest addition to the Safety Reporting Portal, an online system designed to streamline the process of reporting product safety issues to FDA and the National Institutes of Health.

FDA said manufacturers, distributors, retailers and public health officials at the federal, state and local level should continue to use the Reportable Food section of the Safety Reporting Portal.

The portal can be found at www.safetyreporting.hhs.gov.

Volume:86 Issue:13

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