Consumer protection legislation and the U.S. food industry
History of federal regulation of the food industry; General model of consumer protection regulation; Regulatory mechanism of the food and drug administration; Regulatory mechanism of the federal trade commission; Regulatory mechanism of the U.S. Department of Agriculture; Conflicts between federal, state, and local food regulation.
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Methods of Consumer Protection
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