There's never a good time for the outbreak of a spate of negative publicity about food safety, but the current moment is particularly inauspicious. After all, the produce side of the food distribution industry has made major strides toward eradicating the downside of last September's safety crisis concerning leafy green produce. To cite a couple of examples drawn from recent issues of SN, the Produce Marketing Association found that consumer confidence in the safety of produce increased ...

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