"Prior notice of imported food" rule made official

05/30/2013 | FoodSafetyNews.com

The Food and Drug Administration has finalized a rule requiring food importers to submit a notice to the agency if a food has been denied entry in other countries before being sent to the U.S. "Refused entry" refers to rejections based on food-safety reasons, including intentional or unintentional contamination, although the importer does not have to specify the reasons for refusal.

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