NEWARK, N.J. — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is likely to get more funding for inspections in the next year or two, following a report that described the agency’s resources as woefully inadequate, according to presenters at a seminar on food imports here yesterday. “There is a likelihood of some change coming, and more funding for the FDA — and with more funding comes more enforcement,” said Robert Hahn, a principal at Olsson Frank Weeda, the Washington law firm affiliated with The ...
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