The FDA plan: The morning after the morning after - Food Safety News
New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman once wrote; “Everything really important happens the morning after the morning after…”
In short, focus on what really changes, not what is said will change.
That is a good lesson for the White House and Congress to remember with the proposed “reforms” of the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) foods programs. Commissioner Robert Califf has promised that the structural, political, and cultural obstacles that have made FDA’s assurance of food safety ring hollow will be changed.