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The Food Safety Modernization Act was signed in 2011 after a spike in foodborne illness cases. Even though that law was adopted almost a decade ago, the cold storage and food industries are still adapting to it, according to Brian Niven, vice president of Cold Storage at Bridge Development Partners.

As more people rely on online grocery services during the COVID-19 pandemic, Niven thinks new health regulations around food could be implemented. “It’s much too early to say exactly what kind of new regulations might be put in place, or whether they will at all,” he says.

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