Science and Collaboration Are Critical to Future Food Safety

Michael R. Taylor, Deputy Commissioner for Foods and Veterinary Medicine, FDA, recently attended the

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Michael R. Taylor, Deputy Commissioner for Foods and Veterinary Medicine, FDA, recently attended the recent 2015 Food Safety Consortium in Schaumberg, Illinois. While there, he joined the public health organization STOP Foodborne Illness as they honored Nancy Donley for her 22 years of ?relentless advocacy for improving food safety. Donley began her work because of her son Alex, who died at 6 years old in 1993 when he ate a hamburger contaminated with E. coli. STOP also honored Walmart's Frank Yiannas as a STOP Food Safety Hero for his work to define and instill food safety culture as a primary value in the food industry.
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