LAS VEGAS — Retailers could see new food safety legislation or stricter enforcement of current regulations this year, according to panelists at the National Grocers Association's annual convention here last week. Reflecting on the recent salmonella outbreak resulting from tainted peanut butter, John Kolenski, director of food safety and regulatory compliance, corporate food technology, for Cincinnati-based Kroger Co., said he thinks some new regulation could be in the works. “President ...

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