The Congressional Hearings (the American name for a political public theater battle for power) that are being fought for extending FDA bureaucracy's control over the food production industry are going well for the industry. The FDA has declared that it is powerless to enforce all the regulations but if I understand right the situation, it is not asking for more inspectors but for cooking all the eggs before they are sold to the public. Cooking kills Salmonella. The FDA has shown pics from DeCoster (the designated villain - see pic below) while the industry is promoting its own pics (see illustration above).
Technically, there are several ways of cooking the eggs, such as radiation and pasteurization. If I am not wrong, milk is universally pasteurized (cooked at 70 degree C during a long time) and it is forbidden to sell crude milk products (French cheese is excepted).
Gradually, we are moving into a sterilized world. I dont know if growing up in a sterile world is good or bad for humanity. We certainly evolved to deal with a different world. Rats, then, were food. In Nigeria they were called "grass cutters" and they were tasty, in Peru I used to eat "cuy" in the best restaurants of Lima. They say their meat has low colesterol content and local doctors recommend it.