WASHINGTON -- The nation's egg producers expressed tentative support last week for the Clinton Administration's latest proposal to reduce cases of salmonella poisoning stemming from egg consumption 50% by the year 2005. But producers held back full endorsement until they learn more details about the requirements. Al Pope, president of United Egg Producers, Washington, stated that the President's Council on Food Safety's proposal relies largely on voluntary measures already employed by ...

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