Food Safety News - September 19, 2017 New commissioner says his time is going to food safety at FDA

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New commissioner says his time is going to food safety at FDA

By Dan Flynn

New FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb claims food and tobacco issues are taking up a majority of his time. Maybe so, but there’s nothing on his public calendar to prove it. Drug approvals and the regulation of medical devices usually take up more of the FDA commissioners’ time than the food side of the house. But... Continue Reading

Abusive veterinarian turns FSIS Billings District into his own fiefdom, paper charges

By News Desk

In a two-part series, a daily newspaper in Montana documents 12 years of harassment by a vindictive federal supervisory inspector of some of the state’s small meat plants. In “Feds admit harassing small Butte meat plant, but take no action” and “‘Legg regs’ take their toll on plants throughout Montana,” the Montana Standard newspaper shows... Continue Reading

Food Safety Month: Memories and myth busting

By Kelsey M. Mackin

Growing up, September always meant the beginning the school year. But now, entering my 16th year of schooling, September has taken on a new meaning as a graduate student who is passionate about raising the awareness for the FDA‘s National Food Safety Month. The second of four children, I was fortunate enough to have parents who educated me on the importance... Continue Reading

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