HOUSTON — Only 52.3% of supermarket shoppers feel confident today that their fresh fruits and vegetables are being grown under safe and appropriate conditions, according to a recent survey conducted by Cornell University researchers Edward W. McLaughlin, Kristen Park and Debra Perosio. Results of the survey, which questioned 544 consumers in four different U.S. markets regarding their opinions on produce safety — as well as the perceived differences between organic and conventionally grown ...

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