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Washington Cracking Down on Food Supply Safety

Washington Cracking Down on Food Supply Safety

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(KSL News) -- Washington officials are biting down on the safety and securtiy of the national food supply. The focus--protecting against food terrorism.

Health administrators have developed four new rules to ensure food security. Two rules were announced today in Washington.

Rule one says anyone importing food into the US must give the FDA advance notice. The second rule requires all food companies doing foreign and domesic business in the US to register with the FDA.

Officials say these rules seem simple but are essential to food safety.

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