WASHINGTON (FNS) -- Retailers and the fresh-juice industry opposed to health-risk warning labels on unpasteurized juice -- soon to be required by the Food and Drug Administration -- say they will continue to push federal regulators for modifications in the rules, due to take effect this autumn. The FDA wants to alert consumers that unpasteurized juice could contain harmful, potentially illness-causing bacteria. Processors and retailers who squeeze and sell fresh juice argue that the ...

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