WASHINGTON - A union of the two major packaged goods lobbying groups would strengthen their members, particularly as they face a swell of political opposition over food safety and obesity issues, the head of one of the organizations said. "If you look at our public policy agenda today, and the complexity of dealing with Congress, we need all the political help we can muster," said C. Manly Molpus, president and chief executive officer of the Grocery Manufacturers Association. The GMA is ...
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