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Play FDA for A Day Q&A Session
Criminalization of Foodborne Illness 
On-Demand 

We have had a fantastic response to the FDA for a Day Webinar last month that outlined the new regulatory environment as well as the launch of the "Play FDA for a Day Program" that provides the industry the opportunity for a free high resolution pathogen audit of the food processing environment. 

We have been receiving a number great questions since last months webcast asking for more specifics regarding the regulatory environment and the Play FDA Program itself that we feel would be valuable to share with you. In an effort to address these, and provide further details on this innovative program, we are hosting a follow up Question and Answer Session with Shawn Stevens and Mary Duseau. You may also submit your questions or comments in the sign up box. Don't miss your chance to hear from the experts. We hope to see you there. 

 Speaker Panel:

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Shawn K. Stevens 
Attorney

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Mary Duseau
SVP Chief Commercial Officer

 
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