SAN FRANCISCO (FNS) -- The food industry must take proactive steps to address genuine environmental issues to ward off the prospect of excessive, often politically motivated, regulations being enacted. "We shouldn't have to work against government. It shouldn't be a question of us against them. We should work with the federal and state officials and environmentalists to develop environmental rules that satisfy all sides," said Robert Gal, senior vice president at Wakefern Food Corp., ...

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