TECH-SAVVY CONSUMERS now have ways to find out about product recalls without having to wait for alerts from retailers, manufacturers or the media. For example, Purchase Decision Network, New York, last December integrated real-time recall information from the Food and Drug Administration and the U.S. Department of Agriculture into Shopper, a 99-cent iPhone shopping assistant application. Shopper allows iPhone users to create shopping lists, and with the recall feature, if a consumer puts ...
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