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24 REVIEW OF IN-COMMERCE SURVEILLANCE In-Commerce Surveillance Methodology In- Includes activities such as: • Food Safety • Food Defense • Non-Food Safety Consumer Protection Non- • Order Verification • Imported Products Results entered into the In-Commerce System (ICS) In- July 6, 2009 Food Safety and Inpsection Service 3 Data is Entered into ICS July 6, 2009 Food Safety and Inpsection Service 4

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LETTER REPORT 25 Possible Actions Taken in Response to Findings Tier 1 and Tier 2 Follow-up Surveillance Follow- Focus of Next Task Product Control Action Initiate Investigation • Criminal Prosecution • Civil Action • Administrative Action • Recall • Letter of Information • Letter of Warning July 6, 2009 Food Safety and Inpsection Service 5 Possible Actions Taken in Response to Findings “For Cause” Businesses Cause” Initiate Investigation Follow-up outlined in appropriate surveillance program Follow- • Melamine Testing Significant Incident Response • E. coli O157:H7 Testing Formation of Recall Committee Share information with Federal, State and Local public health officials July 6, 2009 Food Safety and Inpsection Service 6