WASHINGTON — The Food and Drug Administration on Friday released two long-awaited rules for produce growers and processers related to the Food Safety Modernization Act. The proposed rules, which had been stalled in the White House Office of Management and Budget since late 2011, specifically concern actions growers must take at the farm and packing level and prevention plans processers must put in place to avoid the types of foodborne illnesses that hospitalizes as many as 130,000 ...

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