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Gottlieb responds to committee on dietary fibers, ‘milk’ labels, latest outbreaks

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At a Senate Appropriations hearing on Tuesday (April 24), FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb touched on plenty of hot-button food policy issues, ranging from recalls of eggs and lettuce to the agency’s handling of dietary fibers petitions and its reluctance to enforce its own standard of identity for milk.


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