FDA Proposes New Rules To Ensure National Food Safety
On Friday, FDA proposed new rules aimed at strengthening national food safety efforts and preventing the contamination of produce and processed foods. The rules, which are expected to be finalized after a 120-day comment period, could cost the food manufacturing industry as much as $475 million annually to implement.
- "New U.S. Food Safety Rules by FDA Seek More Accountability" (Gillam, Reuters, 1/4).
- "FDA Offers Broad New Rules To Fight Food Contamination" (Strom, New York Times, 1/4).
- "FDA Proposes Extensive Food Safety Rules" (Tomson, Wall Street Journal, 1/4).
- "FDA Begins Implementing Sweeping Food Safety Law" (Dennis, Washington Post, 1/4).
- "FDA Proposes Sweeping New Food Safety Rules" (Banerjee/Semuels, Los Angeles Times, 1/4).