DALLAS -- The current safety profile of the U.S. produce industry and the measures being taken to chart its secure future were the focus of a series of seminars at the United Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Association's annual convention here. Experts from government, business and industry discussed current industry standards, the potential effect of impending government regulations and the merits of irradiation and other methods of pathogen-reduction during two days of workshops. In a session ...

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