WASHINGTON -- Food-industry associations last week said they supported President Bush's choice of Dr. Mark McClellan to fill the long-vacant post chairman at the Food and Drug Administration. "Given the national focus on food safety and food security, having someone at the helm of Food and Drug has been a top priority, and we applaud the President for making that appointment," said Tom Zaucha, president, National Grocers Association, Arlington, Va. He said McClellan "brings a heck of a lot ...

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