WASHINGTON — Industry association executives responded to a recent government report on traceability by acknowledging the report's disclosures about failures on the part of food facilities to follow federal traceability regulations, while insisting that the industry is addressing the issue, at least for produce, via the program known as the Produce Traceability Initiative. The report, “Traceability in the Food Supply Chain,” was issued March 26 by Daniel R. Levinson, the inspector general ...

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