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FDA food imports

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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FDA and Bureau of Customs & Border Protection (CBP) are streamlining implementation of prior notice requirements so food, supplement firms will only have to submit prior notices about import contents to CBP, instead of submitting same information to both agencies, FDA announces May 27. Agencies "have worked together to find ways to modify" CBP's Automated Commercial System, which currently collects import information required by Customs. By December, when prior notice bioterrorism reg must be implemented, ACS will be ready for use solely for prior notice data collection, FDA 1press release states. Issued in February, prior notice proposed rule will require information such as food purchaser's name and address, country of origin, date and time of arrival (2"The Tan Sheet" Feb. 3, 2003, p. 4)...

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