WASHINGTON -- The Food and Drug Administration has published the last two of four food-safety rules that have the food industry suffering from a collective case of heartburn, with complaints the new mandatory reporting requirements will potentially disrupt the food-distribution system. The publication of the regulations in the Federal Register opens a 60-day comment period. After that, the agency will complete the final draft of the rules, and put them in effect Dec. 12. Specifically, the ...

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