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FDA Publishes Materials from Food Traceability Public Meetings, including Supply Chain Example

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Mar 01, 2021

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) held a series of three virtual one-day public meetings at the end of 2020 to discuss the recently released proposed rule “Requirements for Additional Traceability Records for Certain Foods” (Food Traceability Proposed Rule). The purpose of the public meetings was to discuss the proposed rule, and to support the public's evaluation and commenting process on the proposed rule.

Following each of the public meetings the FDA posted a video recording and transcript on our public meeting webpage. The FDA is now publishing the remaining materials discussed at the meetings, the six slide presentations. One of those slide presentations, the supply chain example discussed by Andrew Kennedy from the FDA’s Office of Food Policy and Response, is being published together with a video of his presentation and a more detailed overview of the example that was presented.

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