Why are there regulations on milk?

How did regulations start? As people moved to the cities, the milk supply became unhealthy.  Milk had to be transported longer distances and was held at higher temperatures for longer times. As a result, many people, especially children, became sick and died after consuming contaminated milk. In the late 19th century, public health reformers started… Continue reading Why are there regulations on milk?

FDA and the PMO

  Final Rule for Preventive Controls for Human Food as it Relates to Dairy Products Produced under the Pasteurized Milk Ordinance (PMO) FDA website as of 02 December 2015. PMO.1. Do facilities operating under the PMO meet the requirements of the final preventive controls rule? The preventive controls provision of FSMA (section 103) does not… Continue reading FDA and the PMO