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Materials from Webinar on Safeguarding the U.S. Food Supply: Excellent Industry Compliance with the Final Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) Rule

Do you have questions about BSE? Did you know that FDA works to keep the food supply in the U.S. safe for people and animals? Everyday, FDA is protecting people by making sure that the food they eat comes from healthy animals. 

On Thursday, April 22, FDA's Center for Veterinary Medicine hosted a webinar on Excellent Compliance with the BSE Final Rule.

Featured speakers Shannon Jordre, Consumer Safety Officer and Burt Pritchett, Veterinary Medical Officer from the Division of Compliance, Center for Veterinary Medicine, discussed animal feed controls FDA has put in place to keep BSE out of the U.S. cattle population, thereby ensuring the safety of the nation's food supply from BSE.

Download presentation slides (PDF)

Web address for viewing: https://collaboration.fda.gov/p55684229/

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