SEATTLE (FNS) -- Many Seattle-area consumers expressed concern, if not alarm, about food safety. Even some who said they considered the food in their supermarkets clean and fresh told SN they are taking more care to wash it before cooking. Several others expressed fears the diseases that have afflicted European livestock could spread here. Kasia Egan, 42, accountant, Seattle Everything is suspect. I just don't believe food items are as fresh as they can be. I am afraid of mad cow and ...

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