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Unformatted text preview: I\ , ’2' A _ 7 . NAME ‘” .__._. , FSN 374 TEST NUMBER 1 First Exam Winter 2000 (Short Answer Section - 30 POINTS) Q 4 Directions: Answer these questions on these pages. Be brief and make sure you answer all parts of the question. 1. There are three (3) major differences between the FDA and the USDA in regard to 1) kind of food regulated, 2) pre approvai of food labels. and 3) food processing equipment and sanitizinglcleaning agents that are allowed to be used. Assume you are the FDA and explain what the position of the USDA is regarding the 3 items above. (6 POINTS ) 1.Kind ofFood Regulated— I ‘ with mm, W (3% WW w 3% $55» PW w. Food Invade or UYISDILC-I’féif'mi " ' I " WUTMLI CW6 Wk]ij ( 3. E ent and Saniti inglcleaning gents» , 4. D Kamila-rivet = v anemia ueofifimm in a. m t w a Ifoflkfl 4WW. 2. The other governmental agencies that deal directly with aw and regulations involv ' 9 food are the BATF and the NMFS. What are the types of foods each of these organizations deat with? (4 POINTS) BATF: ELLWOUA Ar (ohm .Tomcco and fiWMW‘f) (ho-Q49 Wm“ - 4W4 CLII alcoholic, ' .a NMFS: U A] Mint; fibilutfé 63mm, hflm hand 86.3990 OHMMiw/lj msmcfw‘n bugs); 5 3. List 4 of the major weaknesses of the Pure Food and Drug Act of 1906 that the FFDCA of 1938 solved. (4 POINTS) ‘ . 1. ill/1'90“ Of? {ecolttrmck WM; “0* darn/ids 2. Ci?ng not WYQ/W [WM 3. ND {MIAMIva labelng . 4. “Wire were, no promisrw 4. Please give the full complete name of the following agencies of the federal government: (2 POINTS) The FTC- __ FCdeaap Cbmmigg‘m I I f A‘thaegkyfl E) MYICLL’Q.\LL% . De ntofHHS-‘ ‘3‘, ymieg The NMFS- Nkh‘omf "mi/gm fight?) {3 Sift/{Ca- é8 2.8 ‘ A 4 n .VL Ami -‘ Al Q NAME a FSN 374 TEST NUMBER 1 First Exam Winter 2000 (Short Answer Section - 30 POINTS) Directions: Answer these questions on these pages. Be brief and make sure you answer all parts of the question. 1. There are three (3) major differences between the FDA and the USDA in regard to 1) kind of food regulated, 2) pre approval of food labels. and 3) food processing equipment and sanitizing/cleaning agents that are allowed to be used. Assume you are the FDA and explain what the position of the USDA is regarding the 3 items above. (6 POINTS) 3.E p ent and Saniti inlcleaning ents- -~ Uéfil . _. LIED '%$U§>ngve. gim- .— 2. The other 0 governmental agencies that deal directly with aw and reglations invol ' 9 food are the BATF and the NMFS. What are the types of foods each of these organizations deal with? (4 POINTS) BATF: Burton Mcolnol .Toloacco and firearms W W‘H‘ r IMO» CLII alcohbiic, = - am aware Sci-mm mm m it ham! "MFSJé‘ED ()th inspeghah big};- g 3. List 4 of the major weaknesses of the Pure Food and Drug Act of 1906 that the FFDCA of 1938 solved. (4 POINTS) t . 1. mmitm 0L imp-mt we not deitncd. 2. COMM flat-MarefmIOI/W 3. No mandaiwj Wall/fl . 4. Mia were no yam/Viide 4. Please give the full complete name of the following agencies of the federal government: (2 POINTS) The FTC— _ ComW\ISSIm r ‘l' a‘VThfledt M Demufii 01 MW WWW" __ P ¢ I’L De nt of HHS; Oi xmly’NfiLL/ESCH/iifg The NMFS- Narh‘omi Mama that/w: It’s ‘17 Nib?” ...
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