NEWARK, Del. — Produce Marketing Association executive Kathy Means expressed “concern” about a report issued last week by the Office of Inspector General that looked at compliance to the federal Bioterrorism Act. The report, “Traceability in the Food Supply Chain,” said that 59% of the food facilities operated by manufacturers and distributors in a study on traceability did not provide all of the act’s required contact information about sources, recipients and transporters of food products. ...

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