ATLANTA -- If you are thinking about selling irradiated chicken, it is essential to educate your consumers and your employees about the pathogen-killing benefits of the technology. So advised a retailer and a consumer affairs specialist during a panel discussion on food irradiation at the 1995 International Poultry Exposition earlier this month. "Anyone who tells you that consumers are inherently opposed to food irradiation -- that wasn't our experience. They weren't in favor of it, but ...

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