Senate Food Safety Bill Continues Congressional Quest To Expand FDA Powers
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Senate legislation to reform FDA food safety enforcement has garnered bipartisan and industry support since its introduction July 31, with proposals to boost the agency's authority in the wake of recent concerns about imports and a salmonella outbreak linked to produce
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