No Food Safety Retreat Expected from New US Administration
Bill Clinton and his secretary of agriculture Dan Glickman have made way for new US president George W. Bush and Ann M. Veneman. Some food industry figures are concerned the new administration will reverse food safety measures implemented under the outgoing regime. James C. Webster, former assistant secretary for governmental and public affairs at the USDA, suggests they have little to fear.
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