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CFSAN program priorities

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

FDA issues request for input on Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition's 2003 program priorities in June 21 Federal Register notice. Comments must be submitted to FDA by August 20, agency says. CFSAN's program work plan, which will run from Oct. 1 until Sept. 30, 2003, will be available in the fall, according to FDA. Agency anticipates initiatives in 2003 will be aimed at increasing security of U.S. food supply and notes "progress will continue towards development of a centralized adverse event reporting system"...

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