ARLINGTON, Va. — Food Marketing Institute is scheduled to unveil today a revamped version of its online recall portal, dubbed Rapid Recall Exchange, that it hopes will facilitate the dissemination of recall information. “We have learned there were things we could do to enhance the system, to make it more user-friendly and to make it easier to convey the information that needs to be conveyed in the unfortunate event of a recall or a withdrawal,” Leslie G. Sarasin, president and chief ...
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