CHICAGO -- The television media needs to re-examine its motives and methods in reporting on food product safety, Michael Sansolo, the Food Marketing Institute's newly appointed group vice president, said during the FMI Speaks report at last week's annual convention here. rld of products, all too often television reporters have used hidden-camera reports in their never-ending chase for ratings," Sansolo said. FMI's Trends survey found 69% of consumers feel product safety is very important ...

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