WASHINGTON The National Restaurant Association praised the White House's recommendations to upgrade and strengthen the nation's food safety system. The new proposals, which were recommended on Tuesday by a Food Safety Working Group created by President Obama earlier this year, focus on prevention, enforcement and the acceleration of the government's response time to outbreaks.Chief among the proposals outlined by the working group was the need for the Department of Health and Human Services ...

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