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Food Advisory Committee

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Assessment, evaluation of E. sakazakii contamination of powdered infant formula will be discussed at FAC meeting March 18-19, HHS announces in Feb. 20 Federal Register. Open to the public, the meeting also will address contamination risk reduction strategies based on available data, as well as research questions and priorities. Written comments are due March 3; meeting will take place at 4700 River Rd., Riverdale, Md. Wyeth recalled roughly 1.5 mil. cans of store brand powdered milk- and soy-based formula last year due to possibility of "low level" contamination with the bacteria (1"The Tan Sheet" Nov. 4, 2002, In Brief)...
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