New attention focused on produce after recent salmonella report

08/3/2004 | MSNBC

A recent salmonella report tied to produce used in sandwiches at a convenience store in Pennsylvania has increased focus on fresh fruits and vegetables as the "new frontier in foodborne disease prevention." The produce industry's priority of guarding against foodborne illnesses has led it to police itself, with supermarkets hiring outside firms to audit suppliers safety programs. Some government regulators are also considering tightening fruit and vegetable safety standards.

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