Colorado cottage foods proposal gets it wrong (commentary)

Colorado cottage foods proposal gets it wrong (commentary)

THE food industry, large and small, has worked hard for more than two decades and invested millions (or, more likely, billions) of dollars to make the food supply safer.

The aim was to get away from the stone age "scratch and sniff" tests the industry had relied on ever since the first pure Food & Drugs Act was passed in 1906.

Bringing science into the mix — even though too many food processors were dragged into it, kick

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