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Report: Restaurants need to be more transparent about food safety

Foodborne illness prevention likely to become key investor focus, Cornerstone Capital Group report says

Public restaurant companies have room for improvement when it comes to disclosing food-safety risks, and shareholders should consider how companies mitigate that risk before investing.

So says a recent report from Cornerstone Capital Group called “Food Safety: In a State of Transformation,” commissioned by Investor Responsibility Research Center Institute, an independent research group that focuses on corporate governance.

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