The good with the bad

March 1999
Progressive Grocer;Mar99, Vol. 78 Issue 3, p83
Trade Publication
Reports that consumers in the United States (US) are willing to accept food irradiation. Change in public attitude on irradiation; Approval of irradiation in lower levels by the US Food and Drug Administration; Support by medical associations; Distribution problems.


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