ROCHESTER, N.Y. — The spinach outbreak planted food safety concerns in the minds of consumers that went far beyond the leafy green vegetable, according to the results of a new online survey, conducted by research firm Harris Interactive here. More than 50% of poll respondents said they were extremely or very concerned with the safety of food purchased in the grocery store, and 44% said they had concerns about the healthfulness of the ingredients in the foods they eat. Just over 40% said ...
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