WASHINGTON —The exponential growth in imports is exposing the nation’s food supply to dire safety risks, but government watchdogs lack the resources to react accordingly, warned a gathering here of self-professed “stakeholders.” That assertion by consumer advocates, regulatory officials, food processors, lawyers and trade association representatives was supported by a federal study that was leaked to The New York Times a few days later. ...
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