July 22, 2019

July 22, 2019

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Change in FDA Registration Requirement Postponed

The Food Safety Modernization Act has imposed new registration requirements on the food industry.  These new requirements affect all food facilities – including those which had previously registered with the FDA – that export into or distribute food, including pet food and animal feed, in the United States.  This new re-registration requirement was set, under FSMA, to begin on October 1, 2012; however, last week FDA announced that the registration portal will not be available on time and that FDA would, therefore, not be accepting registration renewals until a later date. 

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