sanitary or phytosanitary measure
(7) Sanitary or phytosanitary measure (A) In general The term “sanitary or phytosanitary measure” means a measure to— (i) protect animal or plant life or health in the United States from risks arising from the introduction, establishment, or spread of a pest or disease; (ii) protect human or animal life or health in the United States from risks arising from the presence of an additive, contaminant, toxin, or disease-causing organism in a food, beverage, or feedstuff; (iii) protect human life or health in the United States from risks arising from a disease-causing organism or pest carried by an animal or plant, or a product thereof; or (iv) prevent or limit other damage in the United States arising from the introduction, establishment, or spread of a pest. (B) Form The form of a sanitary or phytosanitary measure includes— (i) end product criteria; (ii) a product-related processing or production method; (iii) a testing, inspection, certification, or approval procedure; (iv) a relevant statistical method; (v) a sampling procedure; (vi) a method of risk assessment; (vii) a packaging and labeling requirement directly related to food safety; and (viii) a quarantine treatment, such as a relevant requirement associated with the transportation of animals or plants or with material necessary for their survival during transportation.
19 USC § 2575b(7)
None identified. Default scope is assumed to be the entire title.