The FDA has made big strides this past year with respect to both nutrition and food safety. One of Margaret Hamburg’s first acts after being appointed FDA commissioner in 2009 was to create an Office of Food, to which she appointed a deputy commissioner of food, reporting directly to her. At that time, she said nutrition and food safety were at the top of her priority list. They still are. This past February, the FDA proposed updates to the Nutrition Facts label found on most food ...

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