A sweeping food-safety law that was passed by the U.S. Senate earlier this week and supported by leading restaurant industry trade groups has hit procedural and political hurdles that could jeopardize its passage. The Food and Drug Administration Food Safety Modernization Act, or Senate Bill 510, might have to be sent back to the Senate by the House of Representatives, according to published reports, because certain provisions have been interpreted by some parliamentarians to be calling for ...

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