A federal judge in California has told the Food and Drug Administration, which is the nation’s leading food regulator, to stop dragging its feet on the long-awaited rules surrounding food recalls and outbreaks of foodborne illness.

U.S. District Court Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers ordered the Department of Health and
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A warning letter sent to a Minnesota company recently describes rodent droppings in equipment and insect infestation in production areas. The operators also failed to flush old cider from equipment, causing raw cider to contaminate finished product and potentially cause serious illnesses.

In the letter to Theodore and Randall Husinga,
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The Food and Drug Administration cited a Michigan company known for its raw and cold-pressed juices for violating federal food safety law in a warning letter recently made available to the public.

The Feb. 1 letter references an inspection from Aug. 15-31, 2018 and says juices at the production operation
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