The FDA's Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (CFSAN) has reorganized the content of its portion of the FDA website to make it easier for consumers and other stakeholders to navigate the site and to find the information they are looking for about foods.
Visitors to the website will see changes in the main navigation bar on the www.fda.gov/food
home page, with new section titles that group food-related web content into logical categories intended to help users locate needed information more quickly.
For example, guidance documents and regulatory information are now consolidated by topic in the Guidance Documents & Regulatory Information
section, as indicated on the navigation bar of the Food home page.
Information about food allergens, previously spread out across several sections, is now consolidated in the new Allergens
section, under Ingredients, Packaging and Labeling
Information about specific food products and safe food handling is now collected in the Buy, Store & Serve Safe Food
section under Foodborne Illness & Contaminants
The Popular Topics
section now collects the most frequently searched-for information from across the Food section.
CFSAN is interested in what consumers and other users have to say about the site's new organization. Questions or recommendations about the site can be submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
. Questions and Answers on the site's new organization are available for users at this link: Learn About the Changes to FDA.gov/Food