Melamine In U.S. Could Pose More Risk To Food Safety Regime Than Infants
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
FDA says trace amounts of melamine found in U.S.-manufactured infant formula poses no danger, but the discovery will likely lead to a renewed push for food safety oversight and possibly for a separate food safety agency
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