FDA says proposed food-safety measures will save lives

01/10/2013 | York Dispatch (Pa.), The

Long-delayed FDA food safety guidelines have been proposed, and officials say the measures could prevent nearly 2 million cases of foodborne illness each year. The rules require steps on farms to protect against contamination such as requiring hand-washing, ensuring water for irrigation is clean and keeping animals away from agriculture fields, actions that are already being taken by many companies, according to this report.

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