In order to ensure the healthy development of infants and young children, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on February 6 announced a new draft management requirements infant food, infant food manufacturers put new standards and requirements.
The new management measures contained two draft documents, one document states: non-normal infants (eg preterm children) food production guidelines,
Another is a guide on how to prove the quality of the production companies that their products meet the requirements specified.
According to information released by the Food and Drug Administration in the United States, more than two-thirds of three-month-old infants rely on infant food. The new regulations will help to prevent adulteration of infant foods.
Under the new regulations, manufacturers should revise its quality control procedures, products, records and reports required to establish good practices, including baby food sakazakii, Salmonella pathogen testing to ensure that products meet the standard required nutrients.