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FDA Discloses Method for Classifying Food Facilities as “High Risk” Under FSMA

The National Law Review published an article regarding FDA High Risk Food Facilities Classification Methods written by Lynn C. Tyler, M.S., Nicolette R. Hudson and Hae Park-Suk of Barnes & Thornburg LLP: The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), signed by President Obama in January 2011, requires FDA to inspect food facilities on different time tables depending on whether a facility is classified as …

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“Pascalization” Provides a New Alternative for Food Preservation

Recently in The National Law Review an article regarding Food Preservation by Matthew B. Eugster of Varnum LLP:   Pascalatization, also known as high-pressure processing (HPP), is a procedure for subjecting food to extreme water pressure (typically 40,000 to 80,000 PS) inside pressure chambers.  The extreme pressures used in the Pascalization process kills dangerous bacteria, molds and viruses …

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