Beaver Quoted on FDA's New FSMA Rules on Food Imports

29 July 2013 Food Navigator News

Food Navigator

Washington, D.C. Partner Nathan Beaver was quoted in an article published in Food Navigator on July 29, 2013 titled “Long road to implementation seen for FDA’s new FSMA rules on food imports, audits.” The article discusses new rules that were released under the Food Safety Modernization Act that will push more responsibility onto food importers and third party inspectors in an effort to prevent food borne illnesses at their source overseas rather than to try to catch them when they land at the loading dock. Mr. Beaver was quoted saying, “For the largest companies, this is something that they are already doing. Most companies, this is something that is not really new to them. We don’t see this as an entirely new paradigm.”

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