WASHINGTON -- Government regulators want to reduce the rate of salmonella poisoning attributed to eggs by at least 50% by the year 2005. Food and Drug Administration officials here said that achieving the goal would require coordinated regulation, inspections, enforcement, research and consumer education. It is estimated that there are more than 300,000 cases of illness and 100 deaths each year due to salmonella poisoning.
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