CIES, The Food Business Forum, which met last week in Dublin, Ireland, formally unveiled a global food-safety initiative Thursday to create a set of voluntary but universally accepted standards for food safety, quality and security. (SN previously ran news of this initiative May 22.) The CIES initiative, announced at the organization's annual Executive Congress by outgoing CIES chairman Feargal Quinn, will address such issues as consumer information and education, rapid alert s ts first ...

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