Federal Register Update — July 14, 2023

Food and Drug Administration


Agency Information Collection Activities; Proposals, Submissions, and Approvals:

Temporary Marketing Permit Applications

Filed on: 07/14/2023 at 8:45 am

Scheduled Pub. Date: 07/17/2023

FR Document: 2023-15045  PDF 6 Pages (107 KB)  Permalink

White House

Readout of White House and Department of Agriculture Listening Session on Competition Legislative Priorities with Food and Agriculture Advocacy Organizations


Temporary Policy Regarding Accredited Third-Party Certification Program Onsite Observation and Certificate Duration Requirements During the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency

Temporary Policy Regarding Preventive Controls and FSVP Food Supplier Verification Onsite Audit Requirements During the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency

Strengthening the Security and Resilience of U.S. Food and Agriculture:120-Day Interim Risk Review

FDA Updates Duration of Enforcement Discretion Policies in Two COVID-19 Era FSMA Guidances


FSIS Outreach, Recruitment, and Non-Monetary Award Items


FDA to Participate in National Institutes of Health 2023 Pain in Animals Workshop


APHIS Removes the Mexican Fruit Fly (Anastrepha ludens) Quarantine in Valley Center, San Diego County, California


Pre-Solicitation Announcement for Bison Proof Of Concept Purchase




  • Thanks to @POTUS’ Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, @USDA is investing more than $20M in projects across 18 states that will reduce wildfire risk, protect communities, and restore healthy forests while creating jobs through USDA’s Good Neighbor Authority. USDA Forest Service invests $20M to restore forests, reduce wildfire risk, and create jobs in 18 states | US Forest Service
  • Today, @USDA announced the availability of $21 million in technical assistance grants to help farmers, ranchers, and rural small businesses apply for federal funding to incorporate renewable energy systems – like wind and solar – into their operations.


  • Deputy Under Secretary for Food Safety Sandra Eskin and Administrator Paul Kiecker were in Charleston, SC for FSIS’ National Small Plant Roundtable in conjunction with the American Association of Meat Processors’ Annual Conference. Together they shared FSIS’ actions plans to strengthen the substantiation of animal-raising claims, reduce illness from Salmonella in poultry products and to continue our commitment to working with establishments of all sizes to ensure the nation’s supply of meat, poultry and egg products are safe, wholesome and properly labeled.
  • Today, Under Secretary for Food Safety Dr. Emilio Esteban spoke about the importance of @WHO on its 75th anniversary and @FAOWHOCodex on its 60th anniversary, both essential organizations that make the world’s food systems safer. FSIS celebrates these two organizations for our shared committed to keeping food safe and fulfilling Esteban’s vision to enhance food safety through innovation, science and transparency.