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Gillibrand urges FDA to mandate stores post recall notifications for shoppers

Recall notifications were required under FSMA and were supposed to be implemented in 2012

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While FDA recently gave romaine lettuce producers and retailers the option to voluntarily label products by harvest location, one lawmaker says the agency should do more to protect consumers in cases of recalls.


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