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The proposed rule is the first to prevent intentional contamination of food products.
Proposed a rule requires manufacturers to show safety and effectiveness.
Results show about 55% protection in children 3 to 8 years old.
Final guidance aimed at phasing out growth-enhancing drug treatment of food animals.
Findings include risky handling of ground beef and chicken and poor shipping of leafy greens.
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