Thirty-five national and regional supermarket companies last week pulled various taco shells and tortilla chips from their shelves in the wake of the StarLink corn controversy. While retailers and the product's manufacturer stressed that the recall was voluntary, political fallout continued over what should be done when unapproved -- and potentially unsafe -- food reaches supermarket shelves. Mission Foods, the Irving, Texas-based food company that manufactured the Kraft Foods' Taco Bell ...

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