MILWAUKEE — Congress and the Food and Drug Administration should be wary of those calling for more inspections as an answer to the food safety issue, “as this represents a simplistic solution to a complex situation and an expensive approach that cannot work,” said Paul Borawski, executive director and chief strategic officer for the American Society for Quality here, in a statement to Congress this week. ASQ submitted the statement to the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations of the ...
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