Since President Barack Obama’s calls earlier this year to improve the safety of the U.S. food supply, agency officials recently have issued several draft guidelines related to specific types of produce, and lawmakers now are working on a major bill that would overhaul the Food and Drug Administration.But while many of the measures are aimed more directly at the produce industry and manufacturers, restaurateurs still could face new record-keeping requirements, legal responsibilities and ...

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