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Eye On America (Food Safety: Restaurants) (Part III) #350541

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, May 19, 1993
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Chicago: Erin Hayes) Food safety at restaurants examined; restaurant scenes shown to illustrate the problem of restaurants remaining open despite failing health regulations. [FDA (Food and Drug Administration) Douglas ARCHER, Cobb County board of health Murl McCALL - talk about policy and procedures.] The E. coli food poisonings at Jack in the Box restaurants in the West recalled. Food poisoning statistics cited. [CDC (Centers for Disease Control) Dr. Mitchell COHEN - says a better system is needed.] Changing of the restaurant inspection system in Nashville, Tennessee, outlined; inspection scenes shown. [Nashville department of health Jerry ROWLAND, Center for Science in the Public Interest Michael JACOBSON - say the consumer should be protected.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) Tomorrow's segment previewed.

Hayes, Erin;
Rather, Dan

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