Global Cold Chain Alliance

The petition by the  Meat Import Council of America (MICA) and the Global Cold Chain Alliance (GCCA) to allow grants of inspections for foreign meat “beyond a 50-mile geographic radius of a U.S. land or sea port of entry where individual circumstances and conditions may justify the action,” may not

Continue Reading Food safety requires foreign meat inspections within 50 miles of the border

The Niagara Falls, NY-based U.S. Canadian Border Inspection Agency opposes any change to the 50-mile radius rule for conducting Port of Entry Import Inspections.

The USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) was asked in a July petition by the  Meat Import Council of America (MICA) and the Global Cold Chain Alliance

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