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FDA Right On Risk Approach, Slow On Food Protection Progress – GAO

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

The Government Accountability Office cites significant cost savings in its endorsement of FDA's risk-based approach to import safety inspections, but says the agency has yet to deliver on plans for tightening its protection of the U.S. food supply

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