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The pieces of dough has excluded itself from certainly seems to me. Pilkington's men was standing on the other side of the hedge. The Monroe County Sheriff's Office Children's Animal Park is open the second and fourth Sunday of each month from 1 to 3 p.m. Some of the not-so-commonly known farm animals are gayal, rhea, alpaca, banteng, etc. C. 334(a) ) for a food subject to a detention order under subsection (a), the process for the appeal of the detention order with respect to such food shall terminate. (1) IN GENERAL- After confirming a detention order, the Administrator may order the food condemned. (2) DESTRUCTION OF FOOD- Any food condemned shall be destroyed under the supervision of the Administrator. (3) RELEASE OF FOOD- If the Administrator determines that, through reprocessing, relabeling, or other action, a detained food can be brought into compliance with this Act, the food may be released following a determination by the Administrator that the relabeling or other action as specified by the Administrator has been performed. (1) IN GENERAL- If an officer or qualified employee of the Administration has reason to believe that a food is unsafe, is adulterated or misbranded, or otherwise fails to meet the requirements of this Act, and the officer or qualified employee is unable to inspect, examine, or investigate the food when the food is offered for import at a port of entry into the United States, the officer or qualified employee shall request the Secretary of Homeland Security to hold the food at the port of entry for a reasonable period of time, not to exceed 24 hours, to enable the Administrator to inspect or investigate the food as appropriate. (2) REMOVAL TO SECURE FACILITY- The Administrator shall work in coordination with the Secretary of Homeland Security to remove a food held in accordance with paragraph (1) to a secure facility as appropriate. (3) PROHIBITION ON TRANSFER- During the period in which food is held, the food shall not be transferred by any person from the port of entry into the United States, or from the secure facility to which the food has been removed. (4) DELIVERY IN ACCORDANCE WITH A BOND- The delivery of the food in accordance with the execution of a bond while the food is held is not authorized. (5) PROHIBITION ON REEXPORT- A food found unfit for human or animal consumption shall be prohibited from reexport without further processing to remove the contamination and reinspection by the Administration. (1) IN GENERAL- A person that has reason to believe that any food introduced into or in interstate commerce, or held for sale (whether or not the first sale) after shipment in interstate commerce, may be in violation of the food safety law shall immediately notify the Administrator of the identity and location of the food. (2) MANNER OF NOTIFICATION- Notification under paragraph (1) shall be made in such manner and by such means as the Administrator may require by regulation. (1) VOLUNTARY ACTIONS- If the Administrator determines that food is in violation of the food safety law when introduced into or while in interstate commerce or while held for sale (whether or not the first sale) after shipment in interstate commerce and that there is a reasonable probability that the food, if consumed, would present a threat to public health, as determined by the Administrator, the Administrator shall give the appropriate persons (including the manufacturers, importers, distributors, or retailers of the food) an opportunity to-- (A) cease distribution of the food; (i) processing, distributing, or otherwise handling the food to immediately cease such activities with respect to the food; or (ii) to which the food has been distributed, transported, or sold, to immediately cease distribution of the food; (D) in conjunction with the Administrator, provide notice of the finding of the Administrator-- (i) to consumers to whom the food was, or may have been, distributed; and (ii) to State and local public health officials; or (E) take any combination of the measures described in this paragraph, as determined by the Administrator to be appropriate in the circumstances. (2) MANDATORY ACTIONS- If a person referred to in paragraph (1) refuses to or does not adequately carry out the actions described in that paragraph within the time period and in the manner prescribed by the Administrator, the Administrator shall-- (A) have authority to control and possess the food, including ordering the shipment of the food from the food establishment to the Administrator-- (i) at the expense of the food establishment; or (ii) in an emergency (as determined by the Administrator), at the expense of the Administration; and (B) by order, require, as the Administrator determines to be necessary, the person to immediately-- (i) cease distribution of the food; and (I) processing, distributing, or otherwise handling the food to immediately cease such activities with respect to the food; or (II) if the food has been distributed, transported, or sold, to immediately cease distribution of the food. (3) NOTIFICATION TO CONSUMERS BY ADMINISTRATOR- The Administrator shall, as the Administrator determines to be necessary-- (i) to consumers to whom the food was, or may have been, distributed; and (ii) to State and local public health officials; and (B) provide notice to the public of the names and addresses of retail locations at which recalled food products were available for sale. (4) NONDISTRIBUTION BY NOTIFIED PERSONS- A person that processes, distributes, or otherwise handles the food, or to which the food has been distributed, transported, or sold, and that is notified under paragraph (1)(B) or (2)(B) shall immediately cease distribution of the food. (5) AVAILABILITY OF RECORDS TO ADMINISTRATOR- Each person referred to in paragraph (1) that processed, distributed, or otherwise handled food shall make available to the Administrator information necessary to carry out this subsection, as determined by the Administrator, regarding-- (A) persons that processed, distributed, or otherwise handled the food; and (B) persons to which the food has been transported, sold, distributed, or otherwise handled. (1) IN GENERAL- The Administrator shall provide any person subject to an order under subsection (b) with an opportunity for an informal hearing, to be held as soon as practicable but not later than 2 business days after the issuance of the order. (2) SCOPE OF THE HEARING- In a hearing under paragraph (1), the Administrator shall consider the actions required by the order and any reasons why the food that is the subject of the order should not be recalled. (1) AMENDMENT OF ORDER- If, after providing an opportunity for an informal hearing under subsection (c), the Administrator determines that there is a reasonable probability that the food that is the subject of an order under subsection (b), if consumed, would present a threat to the public health, the Administrator, as the Administrator determines to be necessary, may-- (A) amend the order to require recall of the food or other appropriate action; (B) specify a timetable in which the recall shall occur; (C) require periodic reports to the Administrator describing the progress of the recall; and (D) provide notice of the recall to consumers to whom the food was, or may have been, distributed. (2) VACATION OF ORDERS- If, after providing an opportunity for an informal hearing under subsection (c), the Administrator determines that adequate grounds do not exist to continue the actions required by the order, the Administrator shall vacate the order. (e) Remedies Not Exclusive- The remedies provided in this section shall be in addition to, and not exclusive of, other remedies that may be available. (a) Jurisdiction- The district courts of the United States, and the United States courts of the territories and possessions of the United States, shall have jurisdiction, for cause shown, to restrain a violation of section 202, 203, 204, 208, or 401 (or a regulation promulgated thereunder). (b) Trial- In a case in which violation of an injunction or restraining order issued under this section also constitutes a violation of the food safety law, trial shall be by the court or, upon demand of the accused, by a jury. (A) IN GENERAL- Any person that commits an act that violates the food safety law (including a regulation promulgated or order issued under the food safety law) may be assessed a civil penalty by the Administrator of not more than $1,000,000 for each such act. (B) SEPARATE OFFENSE- Each act described in subparagraph (A) and each day during which that act continues shall be considered a separate offense. (A) WRITTEN ORDER- The civil penalty described in paragraph (1) shall be assessed by the Administrator by a written order, which shall specify the amount of the penalty and the basis for the penalty under subparagraph (B) considered by the Administrator. (B) AMOUNT OF PENALTY- Subject to paragraph (1)(A), the amount of the civil penalty shall be determined by the Administrator, after considering-- (i) the gravity of the violation; (ii) the degree of culpability of the person; (iii) the size and type of the business of the person; and (iv) any history of prior offenses by the person under the food safety law. (1) OFFENSE RESULTING IN SERIOUS ILLNESS- Notwithstanding section 303(a) of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act ( 21 U.
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