Society for Quality Opposes More Food Safety Inspections

Congress and the Food and Drug Administration should be wary of those calling for more inspections as an answer to the food safety issue, “as this represents a simplistic solution to a complex situation and an expensive approach that cannot work,” said Paul Borawski, executive director and chief strategic officer for the American Society for Quality, in a statement to Congress this week.

MILWAUKEE — Congress and the Food and Drug Administration should be wary of those calling for more inspections as an answer to the food safety issue, “as this represents a simplistic solution to a complex situation and an expensive approach that cannot work,” said Paul Borawski, executive director and chief strategic officer for the American Society for Quality here, in a statement to Congress this week. ASQ submitted the statement to the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations of the Co

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