WASHINGTON — The FDA proposed a rule Friday that would require the largest food businesses in the U.S. and abroad to take steps to prevent contamination attempts intended to inflict massive harm to public health. The rule is required under the Food Safety Modernization Act. While the FDA is unaware of any attempt of this kind being made, the rule is intended as a preventive measure. Under the proposed rule, a food facility would be required to have a written food defense plan that ...
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