FSIS Loosens Labeling Enforcement, Allows Foodservice Items Easier Access to Retail
The United States Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced labeling flexibilities for products that were initially intended to head to the foodservice sector but have been rerouted for retail establishments.
FSIS broke down three situations which describe how product can move to retail with certain labeling deviations. These new allowances only apply to product that has already undergone production.
Product that is being produced is expected to meet all requirements.
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