FDA Discusses Listeria Outbreak, Measures Taken

FDA Discusses Listeria Outbreak, Measures Taken

WASHINGTON — In the wake of this fall's deadly listeria outbreak traced to tainted cantaloupes, U.S. Food & Drug Administrator Margaret Hamburg spoke extensively at the 14th annual National Food Policy Conference about FDA's food safety efforts. She particularly emphasized the important role that cooperation between agencies — national, state and local — played in traceback and response during the recent outbreak, and said lessons learned can help in de

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