PARIS -- The global food industry is moving ahead on a program to boost food safety and build consumer confidence in the food supply, according to Richard Fedigan, chief executive officer of CIES-the Food Business Forum, a global organization of food retailers and suppliers based here. The program's goal is to have suppliers conform to accepted international food-safety standards against which they will be audited. Already a task force has identified four such standards. In an interview ...

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