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Plan aims to streamline inspections and give inspectors more flexibility.
Federal and state health officials are investigating a three-state, 26-case E coli outbreak.
Key public health tasks, like flu surveillance, science communication, and lab testing, have resumed.
A San Francisco Costco store has recalled 39,755 pounds of chicken linked to a Salmonella outbreak.
The USDA told Foster Farms it will block plant operations if the company doesn't take quick action.
More on the current outbreak, including that DNA footprints match those of Salmonella outbreak earlier this year.
Multistate outbreak affecting hundreds highlights public health consequences of fed shutdown.
Response to seasonal flu, H7N9, MERS, and other threats could be markedly diminished.
Government watchdog group says agency cut corners in assessing pilot inspection projects.
Federal food safety officials today proposed new labeling requirements for mechanically tenderized beef products, a step designed to reduce the foodborne illness risk related to the products.
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