Third-Party Certification Still Needs FDA, Congressional Buy-In – Attorneys
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
While FDA and lawmakers have shown little inclination to trust third-party auditors as proxies for agency oversight, food industry experts say the agency needs third-party certification to help tackle its massive inspection workload
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