THE UNITED States needs to better link its federal and state food safety rules, says a report from the National Academies of Sciences, Washington's official think-tank. It also recommends integrating information on pathogens that US Department of Agriculture and the Food and Drug Administration gather through food sampling, with public health agencies' surveillance data on food-borne diseases.


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