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Egg Products Inspection Act

The most recent Egg Products Inspection Act became effective on October 17, 1979. Congress determined that eggs and egg products are an important source of food for the entire country and that it was in the public interest that they not be adulterated, become a source of foodborne disease or be labeled inappropriately to protect the health and safety of the American public. (See endnote 44.)

Prevention of Salmonella Enteritidis in Shell Eggs during Production, Storage, and Transportation This rule came into effect September 8, 2009. (See endnote 8.)

Poultry Products Inspection Act

The most recent Poultry Products Inspection Act became effective on August 18, 1968. Congress determined that poultry and poultry products were an important source of food for the entire country and that it was in the public interest that all poultry and poultry products be wholesome, not adulterated, properly labeled, and packaged, and not a source of foodborne disease to protect the health and safety of the American public. (See endnote 45.)

 
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