The Produce Marketing Association has advocated mandatory food safety regulation for more than a year now and is actively working with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to improve food safety standards in the produce industry. And with this summer's salmonella outbreak keeping safety concerns high for growers and retailers, PMA has made it a point to address food safety issues from a number of angles at this year's Fresh Summit show. First, a Town Hall Meeting on Friday, Oct. 24, will ...
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