ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- Certain quality factors like seasonality are acceptable in the produce department, but safety can never be compromised, said two veteran retailers during a technical seminar on food safety sponsored by the International Fresh-cut Produce Association here. "The produce industry has had a long history of providing safe products, when you look at the billions of pounds of produce that are consumed each year," said Gale Prince, corporate director of regulatory affairs, Kroger ...

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