A new stage of the food safety debate examines the merits and faults of organic, commerical and locally grown produce
Despite arguments that organic, local, industrially processed and conventional foods differ in terms of food safety, retailers, growers and industry groups all agree that the issue is one of mutual concern. All growers can and should be producing and taking necessary measurements to ensure the safety of food, regardless of what type of grower they are. However, the debate over which types of food are safe has intensified during the past year. With recent large-scale recalls, ranging from ...
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