ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- The United Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Association here has mailed educational materials to more than 3,500 public health officials and members of the media, as part of a public health outreach program to help reduce the chances of inaccurate information springing up during food safety crises. oduce and foodborne disease, analyzing the current scientific research on outbreaks associated with produce. "In an outbreak situation, nothing is more critical than accurate ...

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