The Association of Food and Drug Officials (AFDO) has announced its new Food Safety Regulatory Professional Credential Series exclusively to local, state, tribal, territorial and federal regulators. It is based upon the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s National Curriculum Standards (FDA’s NCS).
The 2023 Food Safety Summit town hall session centered on a conversation with top food industry regulators and advisory groups about the key issues, updates, and initiatives happening within their organizations.
A group of non-government organizations have recently expressed concerns and raised questions about the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA’s) vision for restructuring its Human Foods Program and Office of Regulatory Affairs (ORA).
During the Thursday morning Town Hall at the 2022 Food Safety Summit, top food safety regulators from FDA, USDA, CDC, and AFDO discussed initiatives and advances in food traceability, food safety policy, recalls, pathogen monitoring, food safety culture, and a number of other timely areas.
A panel of experts from regulatory, state agriculture, and consumer advocacy groups shared their views on recall modernization and improvement at a Wednesday educational session at the 2022 Food Safety Summit.
With a letter and a press conference, 29 food industry groups, consumer groups, and non-governmental organizations are urging the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to unify its food program under a deputy commissioner.