ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- The United Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Association here will provide an overview of fresh produce practices next week to a new government inter-agency advisory committee formed to address foodborne illness. crobiological Criteria for Foods, it was formed to advise the government as well as the Centers for Disease Control and the National Academy of Sciences. United said it will provide technical information to a subcommittee, called the Fresh Produce Subcommittee, which ...
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