US: Senate HELP Committee hears mixed views on Food Uniformity Act
The Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) Committee yesterday held a hearing on the proposed National Uniformity for Food Act, which would see uniform food labelling and safety regulations enforced across the states. The committee heard evidence from state officials, industry representatives, academics and legislators outlining both the pros and cons of adopting blanket national legislation regarding food safety.
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