WASHINGTON -- The Food Marketing Institute stressed repeatedly during the "Dateline NBC" report last week that the dating of products in supermarkets is a voluntary practice and that cooking meat and seafood to the proper temperatures kills bacteria, but several supermarket sources said they were disappointed in FMI's performance in the program. at supermarkets had something to hide. Twice during the show, Jill Hollingsworth, vice president, food-safety programs, FMI, appeared to give ...

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