Food-recall alerts are slow to reach schools, increasing student risk

09/22/2009 | USA Today

Warnings about recalled food products are not quickly reaching school cafeterias -- delays that mean students are eating contaminated food and could become ill, a federal audit shows. Schools continue to receive food that may be contaminated because the agency supplying school meals is not notified by the Food and Drug Administration when it begins a food-safety investigation, the audit states.

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