Georgia Agriculture Commissioner Harper announced that the Georgia Department of Agriculture Ag Inputs Division’s Feed Program passed their Animal Food Regulatory Program Standards audit conducted by the Office of the United States Food and Drug Administration

Macon, GA – According to the statement, Georgia Agriculture Commissioner Harper announced that the Georgia Department of Agriculture Ag Inputs Division’s Feed Program passed their Animal Food Regulatory Program Standards audit conducted by the Office of the United States Food and Drug Administration.

The Animal Food Regulatory Program Standards reportedly establishes a uniform foundation for the design and management of state programs responsible for regulating animal food.

The FDA conducted its audit on November 6-7, 2023, and found that the GDA Ag Inputs Division maintained full implementation and conformance with all 11 program standards.

The Animal Food Regulatory Program Standards was released in 2011 in collaboration with state regulatory partners to establish and implement a nationally integrated, risk-based feed standards program to ensure a uniform and consistent approach to animal food regulation among jurisdictions.

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