o;adulterating” and “misbranding.” You could have gone to jail for ten years just for citing scientific research from leading universities about your food product.
The bill has been revised. It now says you don't go to jail for up to ten years unless you “consciously or recklessly disregard a risk of death or serious bodily injury.” That’s certainly better—it would be hard for the FDA to claim you consciously or recklessly disregarded a risk of death or seriously bodily injury by citing Harvard research! This change is thanks to all the people who have taken the time to write Congress. It is a victory for the people.