FDA starts work on food-safety rules amid limited resources

08/23/2011 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

The FDA has begun crafting rules to prevent foodborne-disease outbreaks as it works to implement the food-safety law. Mike Taylor, deputy commissioner for food, said the FDA needs resources to enforce the law. "The stark choice is we either find the resources or we forgo implementing this law the way Congress intended," Taylor said.

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