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Food Safety

People need to have confidence in the U.S. food supply and a safety system that is based on prevention and scientifically sound risk assessment and management, as well as reliable, comprehensive data. The Food Safety project seeks to reduce health risks from foodborne pathogens by strengthening federal government authority and the enforcement of food safety laws.

Sandra Eskin

Director, Food Safety
The Pew Charitable Trusts

Sandra Eskin is the director of the Food Safety Campaign. The campaign seeks to reduce health risks from foodborne pathogens by strengthening federal government authority and the enforcement of food safety laws.

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