Kellogg's Mackay to Make Food Safety Recommendations

David Mackay, Kellogg president and chief executive officer, will call for several improvements to the U.S. food safety system today during the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee hearing “The Salmonella Outbreak: The Role of Industry in Protecting the Nation’s Food.”

WASHINGTON — David Mackay, Kellogg president and chief executive officer, will call for several improvements to the U.S. food safety system today during the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee hearing “The Salmonella Outbreak: The Role of Industry in Protecting the Nation’s Food.”

The recommendation that a single food safety authority be formed under Health and Human Services that will give accountability to one agency leader for science, research, surveillance and inspectio

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