At long last, it seems the flood of negative publicity flowing from the consumer press and electronic media about the food industry has been stanched, knock on wood. The abatement of the publicity flow was fairly predictable to those of us who have spent a good many years in the editorial business. That's because certain stories tend to become fashionable, prompting one media outlet to endeavor to outrun competitors by bulking up whatever the concern du jour might be. At some point, though, ...

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