NEW YORK — More than nine in ten U.S. consumers (93%) have recently read or heard reports of food safety issues and recalls, and almost one fourth of Americans said the recalls will change their long term food buying behavior, according to a study from Burson-Marsteller and Penn Schoen & Berland Associates. The study also found that while two-thirds of Americans believe the instances of food contamination have increased in the past five years, 87% continue to somewhat or strongly agree ...

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