S 510 Food Safety bill is still alive and may unleash a new army of FDA agents

NaturalNews
December 9, 2010

Did you read this carefully? It means the Secretary (a bureaucrat) gets to decide who can grow food and who can’t.

The U.S. government wants to know where your greenhouse is. Under Senate Bill 510 — which is now back in the hands of the U.S. Senate after the House hid an amendment in an appropriations bill and passed it last night –American food producers would be required to register their facilities with the U.S. government. The feds, it seems, want a database of food growers so they know who to target for surprise inspections (show me your papers!).As stated in the bill itself: (http://frwebgate.access.gpo.gov/cgi…)

SEC. 102. REGISTRATION OF FOOD FACILITIES. 18 (a) UPDATING OF FOOD CATEGORY REGULATIONS; BIENNIAL REGISTRATION RENEWAL. Section 415(a) (2120 U.S.C. 350d(a))

“The registration shall contain an assurance that the Secretary will be permitted to inspect such facility at the times and in the manner permitted by this Act.”

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