WASHINGTON (FNS) -- Now that industry-backed efforts to reform a myriad of regulations relating to food have stalled in the Senate, the food industry is preparing for another push in the fall. The National-American Wholesale Grocers Association and the Food Marketing Institute, along with Republican leadership, are striving to break the log jam that forced Senate Majority Leader Robert Dole to pull the regulatory reform bill from consideration in the final days of the summer session. That ...
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