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Read more The Food and Drug Administration says it has not received a single complaint of the potentially harmful bacteria.
The FDA said it had tested thousands of foods and products before approving the food.
In its letter to the Food and Pharmaceutical Association, the FDA noted that it had been unable to identify a single food or product that tested positive for the bacteria.
The FDA is urging food manufacturers to be more vigilant in the labeling of products that could contain it.
The agency said it is taking steps to increase its compliance with the Food Safety Modernization Act.
It also wants companies to provide more information about their testing process and the safety and efficacy of any new food products they may be developing.
A statement from the FDA said that its new lab test will be available for use in October.
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