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FDA Bioterror Reg Allows 30-Day Detention Of Suspicious Food, Supplements

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Food or dietary supplement products suspected of contamination with bioterror agents can be held by FDA for as long as 30 days under a final rule announced by the agency May 27
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