The agency’s final rule includes provisions on compliance, procedures for handling violations, and testing of THC levels.
24,000 lb of the toxic flammable gas was released from the firm’s facility in LaPorte, TX in November 2014.
Midwestern Pet Foods said it is cooperating with the FDA on a second recall of dry cat and dog food.
Pacific Southwest data show 3% increase in chemical releases, according to the federal agency.
The regulator issued a warning letter to the snack manufacturer for violations uncovered at two plants.
A trade organization issued new safety guidelines to help feed manufacturers to safeguard their operations from fires and explosions.
The agency is encouraging manufacturers to clearly declare all uses of sesame in ingredient lists on food labels.
Olin Corporation’s vice president of global supply chain Frank Chirumbole met with Congress to discuss freight rail issues.
The agencies are working together to help dairy exporters remain competitive in the global marketplace.
The CSB document is a review of comments and lessons submitted to the agency following a major 2017 dust explosion.