BALDWINSVILLE, N.Y. -- With the federal government likely to start peering at the safety procedures of the produce industry through a microscope, some retailers are exploring the feasibility of Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points programs in their stores, said a food safety expert interviewed by SN. Carl LaFrate, owner of ProCheck Food Safety Consultants, based here, said he believes the produce industry, and the meat industry as well, will most likely face the same fate as the seafood ...

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