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FDA Allows Public to Report Livestock Feed Issues Online

FDA Allows Public to Report Livestock Feed Issues Online

New reporting tool will track complaints regarding livestock feed; information about sickened animals online

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Thursday announced the availability of an online portal for the public to report problems related to livestock and animal feed.

The Livestock Food Reporting portal will accept reports about foods made for species considered to be livestock, including but not limited to, horses, cattle, swine, poultry and fish, the agency said.

Anyone with concerns about animal feed may file a report, including veterinarians and livestock producers. This new online portal provides an additional means for consumers to register complaints. FDA's District Office consumer complaint coordinators will continue to accept reports via phone, the agency said.

New reporting tool will track complaints regarding livestock feed; information about sickened animals online

The Livestock Food Reporting portal is part of the larger online system that FDA says is designed to improve the process of reporting product safety issues to the FDA and the National Institutes of Health.

Manufacturers, distributors, retailers and public health officials at the federal, state and local level should continue to use the Reportable Food section of the Safety Reporting Portal, FDA said.

The Portal can be found at www.safetyreporting.hhs.gov.

Source: FDA

TAGS: Livestock
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