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Private Litigators Will Pick Up FSMA Enforcement Where FDA Leaves Off

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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FDA’s Fabricant says the agency will use new enforcement tools under FSMA more to ensure food safety compliance. But a defense attorney notes the agency’s restricted resources likely will confine its action to high-profile cases. He adds private litigators are poised to compel compliance by threatening to pick up FSMA enforcement where the agency leaves off.

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