CHICAGO — Food Marketing Institute is taking steps to shore up the industry's approach to food safety problems in light of the recent outbreak of contaminations affecting spinach, lettuce, peanut butter and pet food, all of which resulted in major product recalls. The association has formed a new food safety task force to implement guidelines in the event of a food safety crisis; it has released a new set of standards for leafy greens and safety audit standards for farm-raised salmon; it ...

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