WASHINGTON -- The Food and Drug Administration's Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition has made resolution of the ban on cantaloupes imported from Mexico an "A"-level priority during the fiscal year that runs through September 2003. FDA released the list earlier this month. etention Without Physical Examination" submitted through the Mexican Embassy. The ban was enacted after government investigators determined that Mexican cantaloupe had repeatedly caused outbreaks of Salmonella ...

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