By Robert Bunting
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently requested a higher budget for the implementation of its food safety regulations that significantly impact the food industry. With new regulations, companies should stay on top of the latest changes that could impact production and profits.
The FDA recently requested $4.9 billion in the Obama administration’s fiscal budget to follow through with the provisions listed in the Food Safety and Modernization Act, Food Business News reported. This sweeping reputation calls for food producers to consider production, handling and other risks that could endanger consumer safety.