U.S. regulators have proposed new food safety rules on Friday that aim to make food processors and farms more accountable for reducing foodborne illnesses, reports Reuters. The new rules, required by the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) that was signed into law two years ago, were announced by the FDA and would require makers of food to be sold in the U.S. to develop a formal plan for preventing their products from causing foodborne illness. A second rule proposes safety standard ...
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