James Giese

FDA proposes regulation to improve shell egg safety
On Sept. 20, the Food and Drug Administration proposed a regulation to further improve the safety of shell eggs on the farm. According to the agency, when implemented, the production changes defined by the regulation will significantly reduce the number of illness caused by eggs contaminated with Salmonella enteritidis. The proposed regulation would require implementation of prevention measures for all egg producers who have 3,000 or more layin…

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