With food poisoning and contamination cases raising public awareness of the precarious nature of our nation’s food supply, the FDA will seek broader powers to monitor and regulate the manufacturing, processing, and inspection of foods, according to a Wall St. Journal report. According to the WSJ article, the FDA will seek more authority in three areas: contamination prevention, a risk-based inspection system, and a faster response to contamination. The plan should be announed in approximately six weeks.
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