FDA Seeking New Industry User Fees

June 5, 2013
Food manufacturers disagree with the FDA's suggestion to add a food processing facility registration fee.
The Food and Drug Administration is considering, again, adding new industry user fees to fund food safety oversight. FDA's deputy commissioner for foods, Michael Taylor, said Congress has shown interest in a food processing facility registration fee. According to Taylor, the fees would be similar to the registration fees pay by pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers. Food industry leaders disagree with the fees. >>Read more about this in the original post on ThePacker.com

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