More Criminal Cases Likely In Supplement, Food Safety, DoJ Official Says
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
The Obama administration supports pressing criminal charges in cases of contaminated or adulterated supplements or food products, and the Department of Justice is “working closely” with FDA’s food safety center, says DoJ Consumer Protection Branch official Jeffrey Steger.
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