WASHINGTON Federal lawmakers introduced a bipartisan bill here today that addresses a number of what experts cite as critical challenges in safeguarding the U.S. food supply. The Safe Food Enforcement, Assessment, Standards and Targeting Act of 2008 drew a positive response from the National Restaurant Association, which called it “a good bill for the restaurant industry and its patrons.”According to the NRA, the measure seeks to set mandatory safety standards for the growers and ...

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