Yes. You can visit FDA’s Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition's Education Resource Library website or call the agency’s toll-free information line, 1-888-SAFEFOOD, to request food safety materials.
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- How do I report a complaint about restaurant food?
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- How often does FDA inspect food manufacturing facilities?
- Does FDA inspect grocery stores, restaurants, or dollar stores?
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- Does FDA have any other food safety materials?
- Does FDA approve the color additives used in food? If so, how does FDA determine their safety?
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