DALLAS -- Food-safety concerns are rippling their way up the produce-distribution chain and causing companies to re-evaluate their operations and react, according to a panel that represents the upper reaches of that chain. The panel of produce experts, convened for a fast-paced question-and-answer session at the United Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Association's convention here, said that end users, such as retailers and food-service operators, are sending those waves of concern up the produce ...

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