WASHINGTON — New online materials from the Partnership for Food Safety Education here have been designed to orient consumers to the need to take notice of recalls and to take action to identify whether a recalled product is in their home. “These new materials are intended to take the mystery out of major food recalls and bring consumers back to basic steps that bridge the gap between understanding and action,” said PFSE Executive Director Shelley Feist. Recent research by the Rutgers ...

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