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Food Safety Bill Has Strong Support

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The legislation would require the FDA to step up inspections of food facilities and to issue new rules to improve the quality of imported food and to combat contaminants in fresh produce.

LA Times | October 23, 2009

WASHINGTON - Legislation granting the FDA new powers to oversee the nation's food supply elbowed its way onto Congress' crammed calendar Thursday with bipartisan support and rare agreement between consumer groups and an industry stung by product recalls.

 

The legislation, sponsored by Sen. Richard J. Durbin (D-Ill.), would require the FDA to step up inspections of food facilities and to issue new rules to improve the quality of imported food and to combat contaminants in fresh produce. The measure also would give the agency authority to recall products on its own, instead of relying on industry cooperation.

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Source: LA Times

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