Pakistan requests U.S to appoint USDA Food Inspectors at Karachi Airport   

Pakistan has submitted its requisition to the U.S. Department of Agriculture to appoint USDA Inspectors at the Jinnah International Karachi Airport to facilitate Pakistani exporters of perishable items to the U.S.

PM Strategic Reforms Unit Salman Sufi told Baaghi TV that Pakistan has requested the U.S to appoint a USDA inspector at Karachi port.

Sufi said that this would ensure pre-clearance of mangoes and other food items so they could reach their destination in the U.S without any delays at the U.S border.

As per the Baaghi TV report, US Food Safety and Inspection Services (FSIS) has more than 2,000 Food Inspectors working in commercial food plants across the U.S.

These inspectors provide the first line of defense against adulterated products and are responsible for much of the day-to-day inspection.