Government Shutdown and Food Safety
Caroline Smith DeWaal talked about the impact of the government shutdown on food safety across the U.S. Food safety advocates had asked lawmakers to reject legislation restoring funding to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), citing that 13 agencies are involved in food safety and that restoration of funding should not be a “cherry-picking” effort. She responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. close
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Caroline Smith DeWaal Director Center for Science in the Public Interest->Food Safety Program
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