article The Food and Drug Administration on Monday announced it will soon start issuing a guidance requiring manufacturers of food and food products to disclose to consumers that some parts of their foods are contaminated with the virus.
That information could help people make healthier choices and prevent spread of the virus, the FDA said.
The FDA says that in the first two weeks after a food has been recalled for transmission, the consumer can see the recall status on the company’s website.
If the product is still available, the company can provide a list of retailers where the product can be bought.
The agency says that the agency will continue to enforce this guidance.
It also announced plans to revise the way that manufacturers can provide information about the safety of their food and the way consumers can verify the safety information on their own.
The first recall, which took place in July, resulted in the deaths of eight people.
The agency said it also found a variety of unsafe foods and ingredients in many of the recalled products.
The FDA said that all the recalled foods tested positive for the virus in the tests it conducted.
The products were shipped to retailers, some of whom are still receiving food products from the affected companies.
The latest recall is the second phase of the outbreak, which began in April, with a number of food-borne illnesses and a rash of new cases.
It began when two people who were vaccinated against the coronavirus developed severe respiratory illness and died, while the third person who had been vaccinated did not.
In addition to the outbreak in the U.S., a number have been reported in the countries of Australia, Brazil, the Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
The countries are among the nations that have already issued travel advisories and restrictions on travel.