WASHINGTON — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration drew a mix of praise and criticism here last week after reporting the progress made with its year-old Food Protection Plan. Highlights of the agency's summary include: steps to establish FDA offices in China, India, Europe, Latin America and the Middle East; inspections of more than 5,000 high-risk domestic food establishments; and work with state and local counterparts to canvas 2,100 domestic Asian markets and remove infant formula ...

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