PARIS -- Four years of efforts to encourage the use of global food-safety standards are increasingly benefiting sourcing programs of retailers around the world, according to Richard Fedigan, chief executive officer of CIES -- the Food Business Forum here. The gains are resulting because food-safety standards once confined to one or two countries are now being recognized by wider groups of nations through a coordinated effort. "Not long ago, the British didn't recognize the French standard ...
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