WASHINGTON — The first two new food safety rules under the U.S. Food and Drug Administration Food Safety Modernization Act will go into effect on July 3, the FDA said on Thursday. The first rule will give the FDA more authority to assess food risk of suspect food products. Starting this summer, the FDA can keep food from the marketplace for 30 days if it believes the food is possibly adulterated or mislabeled. The FDA said the time would be used to determine if federal enforcement action is ...

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