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The proposed rule is the first to prevent intentional contamination of food products.
Findings include risky handling of ground beef and chicken and poor shipping of leafy greens.
Federal and state health officials are investigating a three-state, 26-case E coli outbreak.
Risk study finds 12% of spices were tainted by pathogens like Salmonella or by filth.
CDC says some of the many Texas cases may be linked to fresh cilantro from Mexico.
Public health groups are lining up to oppose 'piecemeal' efforts to fund federal agencies.
Cyclospora cases in Texas — unlike in Iowa and Nebraska — seem not connected to Taylor Farms produce, officials say.
The FDA named a Mexican supplier in the Cyclospora outbreak in Iowa and Nebraska.
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