Only 52 percent of respondents to the Center For Food Integrity’s August 2010 study of consumer concerns had worries about effects from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, slightly less than the 56 percent “very concerned” about food safety. Wonder what those numbers would be now that terrorist plans to slip poison into U.S. restaurant buffets and salad bars are all over the news? It wasn’t so much the CBS News revelation in late December that should put restaurant owners and managers on ...
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