LAS VEGAS — Retailers who embrace increased communication on food safety will improve their chances of building more trust with consumers, said Tim Hammonds, Food Marketing Institute's president and chief executive officer, during the Speaks presentation at the FMI Show here last week. A series of high-profile food recalls has focused national attention on food safety and left suppliers and retailers debating next steps. On the one hand, there is good news on this subject. Consumer ...
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