ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- At almost the last minute, the United Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Association here squeezed a food-safety discussion into its show, which will convene two weeks from now in Orlando. The association moved fast, in direct response to a number of high-profile food-safety crises involving pathogen-infected produce that culminated in November with contaminated nonpasteu rized apple juice. According to Tom Stenzel, that is just the latest example of United adapting to a changing ...

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