WASHINGTON (FNS) -- The White House last week unveiled more details of a food-safety initiative that boosts funding for seafood inspections and renews the call for tighter safety precautions for fruit and vegetable juices. These steps are part of a proposal first announced in January by President Clinton that is already under way and will be augmented next year with $43.2 million in additional funding. The initiative is primarily focused on coordinating efforts among federal agencies with ...

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