WASHINGTON — New legislation introduced in Congress last week seeks to strengthen the Food and Drug Administration's ability to monitor food safety. The measures — one bill that was introduced in the Senate and another that was expected late last week in the House — follow recent calls from major industry associations for a stronger FDA following a series of outbreaks of foodborne illnesses. “Recent outbreaks, recalls and food-safety scares have revealed weaknesses in our current system ...

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