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Cattle industry must engage to prevent produce outbreaks, warns Mike Taylor

Former FDA official says cattle industry is in 'denial'

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The contamination plaguing romaine lettuce can be tied to the proximity of cattle next to romaine farms, a “fundamental structural” issue that goes beyond the ag water debate and needs to be discussed, warned Mike Taylor, a former FDA food safety official, at a meeting Friday (March 15).


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