US: Food safety requires a strong supply chain
By Christa HoylandFeatures Business & Policy Trade
June 25, 2008 – More than 550 people in 32 states sickened, and 50-plus hospitalized. More than $100 million in losses to the tomato industry.
The costs of one of the largest salmonella outbreaks linked to tomatoes still are being tallied, just as are the effects on consumer confidence. For the short term, consumers seem to have taken in stride the removal of tomatoes from restaurant menus and store shelves.
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