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Gottlieb outlines new ways to expand food safety efforts during shutdown

Consumer groups worry about increasing outbreak risk, leaving inspectors unpaid

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Calling the government shutdown “one of the most significant operational challenges in FDA’s recent history,” FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb said he expanded the list of food safety activities to protect public health armed with only a skeletal staff in tweets on Friday (Jan. 11).


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