NEW YORK (FNS) -- The president of the Metropolitan Food Council blasted new legislation that will force supermarkets to post inspection results and allow a state agency to shut down outlets that fail three consecutive inspections. The state law is a "serious mistake," said Howard B. Tisch, who spoke at a recent hearing held by the New York State Assembly Agriculture and Consumer Affairs and Protection committees and the Assembly Task Force on Food, Farm and Nutrition Policy. "It's a poorly ...
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