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Smith, Ann
October 1997
Progressive Grocer;Oct97, Vol. 76 Issue 10, p91
Trade Publication
Presents several issues concerning the production of quality food for consumers in the United States. Problems with short-fillings of several liquid products faced by the Federal Trade Commission's Office of Consumer and Business Education; Study on the preparation of fruits and vegetables conducted by The Consumer Network, Philadelphia; Debate on food safety sparked by E. coli tainted beef recalled by Hudson Foods.


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