If you subscribe to one of the recalls RSS feeds offered by the Food and Drug Administration, you might have noticed they are not currently operating. Agency officials say the services will soon be restored.
“The FDA has not discontinued its recall RSS feeds. Due to the recent fda.gov migration, we have currently turned off RSS feeds for recalls,” according to a spokesperson for the FDA.
“However, the recall information remains on FDA.gov.”
Once the migration and follow-up processes are finished, the FDA intends to turn its recall RSS feeds back on, which should be in the coming days, according to the spokesperson.
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