We were relieved and impressed by how quickly restaurant operators yanked raw tomatoes off their menus before news of the tomato-related salmonella outbreak broke in the national media. But while the restaurant end of the food safety chain got up to speed in a hurry, questions are beginning to arise about the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s performance. The agency has put out plenty of warnings and information about which types of tomatoes and which tomato-growing areas are safe. But it ...

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