Survey: Consumers tend to downplay recalls

04/29/2009 | Convenience Store News

In a survey about food recalls done by the Rutgers University Food Policy Institute, one-third of respondents said the government often overreacts, and 40% said the foods they purchase are less likely to be recalled than products purchased by others. In general, people believe food recalls are important but don't necessarily apply to them.

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