FDA to inspect cantaloupe packing houses
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- The Food and Drug Administration will begin inspecting cantaloupe packing houses.
The FDA says it's making the move. In an effort to eliminate food-borne outbreaks traced back to melons. Several food-bourne outbreaks have been linked to cantaloupe packing houses within the last three years.
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