The FDA has completed its first pre-market consultation for a human food made from cultured animal cells, announcing that it is satisfied with the safety of UPSIDE Food’s lab grown poultry product.
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Joint oversight will help ensure the safe production and accurate labeling of cell-cultured products.
The agency released an overview of its investigation, with the finding that one farm in Santa Barbara County, California tested positive for the outbreak strain of E.coli O157:H7—but also that that one farm cannot explain the whole outbreak.
The affected products were sold at stores in the Northeast and Florida.
FDA says there’s no reason to avoid the product anymore and is recommending that romaine lettuce is labeled with a harvest location and date.
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Risks to supply chain integrity remain and FSMA implementation is going “okay”: We still have a long way to go.