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The American Feed Industry Association submitted comments Monday to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on what AFIA describes as the most massive overhaul of animal food industry regulations since 1958. The comments, which address the Food Safety Modernization Act “Current Good Manufacturing Practices and Hazard Analysis Risk-Based Preventive Controls for Food for Animals” rule are 100-plus pages in length and cover five major areas.

Nineteen regional and state feed associations also signed on to AFIA’s letter as a statement of their support.

“AFIA and its membership are extremely satisfied with the comments generated during the brief, yet productive, comment period,” said Richard Sellers, AFIA senior vice president of legislative and regulatory affairs. “If more time had been allotted, we would have ideally provided FDA with more examples of the overall impact of the proposal.