Activists, suppliers and restaurateurs connect at food-safety confab

WASHINGTON The parties that routinely square off after a food-poisoning incident came together here last month to see if they could work in concert for a safer food supply.

Called Cooperating for Food Safety, the meeting brought together such traditional adversaries as the Center for Science in the Public Interest, restaurant chains, multinational food processors, governmental regulators, produce suppliers and food-poisoning victims. It was organized by self-avo

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