Has there ever been the equal of this month when it comes to fearsome publicity about the food industry? Here's at least some of the negative publicity of various sorts that has pounded the food industry lately: Seafood caught the opening fusillade when ABC's "PrimeTime Live" broadcast a 20-minute segment charging in most horrifying terms that sanitation for that category is simply not up to snuff. That contention was illustrated with videos from cameras slipped in or admitted into venues ...
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