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Trends From 2011 FDA Warning Letters on Adulterated Food

January/February 2013


In the last few years, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has become much more inspection-oriented and enforcement-minded. The agency is conducting more inspections of food facilities and routinely issues Warning Letters based on insanitary conditions and violations of good manufacturing practices (GMPs). This is a significant shift from the agency’s practices a few years ago.

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