WASHINGTON — Food retailers and manufacturers applauded the passage Tuesday of the Food and Drug Association Food Safety Modernization Act, which provides new powers and more resources to the FDA for the protection of the nation's food supply. The measure, which cleared the House 215-144 Tuesday, had previously passed through Congress but had to be resubmitted because of procedural errors. “Food retailers and wholesalers believe that given today’s global marketplace, it is critical to ...

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