WASHINGTON — It is important that food retailers involved in a product recall “are able to employ a variety of different notification methods based on their capability to reach as many consumers as possible,” said by Mike Ambrosio, vice president, quality assurance, Wakefern Food Corp., Edison, N.J., in testimony here yesterday before the House Small Business Subcommittee on Regulations and Healthcare. He testified on behalf of Wakefern and the Food Marketing Institute, Arlington, Va., at ...

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