WASHINGTON (FNS) -- Food-industry groups here are lining up to deride the Clinton administration's continued efforts to lobby for greater authority over the importation of fresh produce. associations responded by saying such efforts are not needed. "We're always skeptical when we hear the whole system is flawed," said Karen Brown, senior vice president of the Food Marketing Institute here. "It implies that nothing is working now. Obviously, the system must be working because we have the ...

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