What is the impact of FSMA

• Shifts the agency’s focus from a reactive one to a proactive role, aimed at contagion prevention.

• Authorizes the FDA to inspect facilities regularly and enforce compliance based on the relevant risks.

• Empowers the agency to issue recalls.

• Allows greater control over import safety to assure that the country’s food safety standards are met.

• Permits stronger partnerships with other public agencies as well as private entities.

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