The food industry is urgently driving issues it considers high-priority — from food safety and the controversial Employee Free Choice Act, to credit card interchange fees, organized retail crime, tax matters, pension solvency, immigration reform, second-generation biofuels and pharmacy Medicaid reimbursement. Yet, as critical as the issues are to safeguarding the nation's food pipeline and the financial viability of food and beverage retailers, these are exceptional times on Capitol Hill. ...

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