WASHINGTON -- The Food Marketing Institute here said that public education should be the "highest priority" of President Bill Clinton's proposed national food-safety initiative. rove the safety of our food supply," and pledged its full cooperation to see such an initiative to fruition. The president had proposed an initiative Jan. 25 to modernize the food-safety system, calling for $43 million to be directed toward food-safety programs, mostly for increased seafood inspection. The FMI's ...

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