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Tuesday, 21 June 2011 09:17

US food and drug regulators would share more information with their foreign counterparts as part of a multifaceted strategy to police the safety of millions of imported goods.

Tweet 1 person Tweeted thisShareThis A Food and Drug Administration report issued yesterday lays out a long-term plan to deal with the flood of imports, which have quadrupled over the past decade.

The FDA already shares information on drug inspections with regulators in Europe and Australia. But Dr. Margaret Hamburg, an FDA commissioner, said a more comprehensive, global coalition would be needed to stop unsafe imports from entering the United States.

“The FDA must further collaborate and leverage in order to close the gap between our import levels and regulatory resources,’’ Hamburg said in a statement. The FDA hopes to have the coalition in place by this time next year, though officials said they have not yet reached out to their counterparts overseas.

The agency is responsible for imports from more than 300,000 foreign facilities in 150 different countries.

The FDA’s plan revives several approaches the agency has promoted for more than a decade:

■ Increased data sharing with regulators in foreign countries.

■ Computerized systems for identifying the highest-risk imports.

■ Third-party contractors to help inspect more plants.

 

 

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