Higher food-safety standards are sought for schools

12/30/2009 | USA Today

Scientists and food-safety experts are urging the federal government to toughen schools' food-safety standards, many of which have fallen behind those of the food industry. In updating the Child Nutrition Act, Congress aims to embrace some of the food industry's best practices, such as moving faster on recalls, killing pathogens at farms and adopting stronger testing requirements.

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