Pa. ag leaders hear from FDA on new food-safety rules

04/29/2013 | Lancaster Farming (Pa.)

Pennsylvania agriculture leaders met with Food and Drug Administration officials for about four hours recently to ask questions about proposed new federal food-safety rules. This month, the FDA extended the formal comment period on the proposed regulations, which the agency estimates could cost farmers more than $459 million annually to implement while preventing 1.75 million new cases of foodborne illnesses and the $1.04 billion in related costs.

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