WASHINGTON (FNS) -- Regulatory reform, tighter government spending and changing the Occupational Safety and Health Administration were on the minds of retailers and wholesalers who came to lobby Congress during an association-sponsored event here. The lobbying effort, held earlier this month, brought food representatives to Capitol Hill to discuss important industry issues and legislative priorities with legislators. the event was part of a citizen advocacy program called "Day in ...

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