WASHINGTON (FNS) -- A leading consumer group focusing on food and health issues will meet later this month with industry groups to discuss why consumers lack confidence in irradiated food and what uses of the bacteria-killing technique might be worthwhile promoting in the marketplace. Public Voice for Food & Health Safety said it is convening the two-day event to help further the debate on irradiation, and what kind of role it will play in efforts to improve food safety, particularly ...

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