NEW YORK -- The consensus among most supermarket produce executives is that produce sales have not been hurt by a wave of critical news media coverage about produce and foodborne illness, spearheaded by a three-part series in The New York Times published earlier this month. Retailers contacted by SN said they have seen little evidence of heightened concern among consumers about the safety of the produce supply following the newspaper's in-depth investigation of two produce-related outbreaks ...

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