WASHINGTON — Holding food safety auditors to higher standards is one way to keep the nation’s food supply safe, the Grocery Manufacturers Association recommends in “Prevention, Partnership and Planning: Supply Chain Initiatives to Improve Food Safety,” the third in a series of GMA proposals. “We’ve always endorsed third-party auditors, but what we have identified here is the importance of seeking to ensure that they follow a common accreditation of set standards, so when contracting with an ...

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