Study highlights food-safety flaws

04/17/2009 | Washington Post, The

A new study shows that food-safety efforts are compromised by scarce local and state resources, weak federal leadership and too much red tape. The report recommends creation of a single food-safety network with local, state and federal agencies all reporting to the secretary of health and human services.

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