USA: Crawford appointed FDA deputy commissioner, welcomed by NFPA
Dr. Lester Crawford has been appointed deputy commissioner of the US Food and Drug Administration by US president George W Bush, in a move that has been welcomed by food industry groups. National Food Processors Association (NFPA) president and CEO John R. Cady commented: "The NFPA applauds President Bush and Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson on the appointment of Dr. Lester Crawford as Deputy Commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration.
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