ORLANDO, Fla. -- Michael R. Taylor, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's acting undersecretary for food safety, said the nation's food safety programs must be improved, and to that end, he said, the government is focusing on three specific areas. During a keynote address at the National Turkey Federation Conference held here two weeks ago, Taylor, who is also administrator of the Food Safety and Inspection Service, said the public expects a safe food supply. "While food-borne illness is ...

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