8/6/2003

The FDA has caused an uproar among food retailers and wholesalers with sections of its Bioterrorism Act of 2002, the most controversial of which would require that firms provide a lot code for each food product. FMI president and CEO Tim Hammonds said that the lot numbers would be very costly and food retailers have already proved that they can quickly and effectively get contaminated food off the shelves.

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