GAO Recommends FDA Improve Monitoring of Imported Seafood Warning Letter Process
GAO released a report on Friday recommending that the FDA monitor whether it’s following procedures and meeting goals for their imported seafood warning letters.
The FDA sends out warning letters to companies that violate food safety regulations and pose a public health risk. The warning letters generally ask the company to describe the steps being taken to correct the violation, and ask the company to respond with how it plans to correct the issue within 15 working days.
In addition, the FDA set a goal to...
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