As National Food Safety Month concludes, six produce-related associations have banded together to present a resource kit for journalists covering food safety. Specifically, the kit addresses the safety issues surrounding produce items including foodborne disease and pesticides. Because it is critical to have accurate information from reliable and credible sources, the organization's presentation strives to be an objective, comprehensive source, said Kathy Means, vice president, Produce ...

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