Do food-labeling laws go far enough?

10/9/2008 | NYTimes.com

While proponents say food-labeling laws will help consumers avoid products from countries with food-safety issues, loopholes exist. For example, stores that sell less than $230,000 in fresh and frozen fruits and vegetables are not required to label imports.

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