CHICAGO —The food and foodservice industries can expect to see more governmental regulation as consumers grow more knowledgeable about how food is produced and what’s in our food supply, said experts who addressed the International Association of Culinary Professionals’ 29th annual conference here. “With the new Congress, there will be more attempts to get more regulations through,” Ellen Fried, adjunct professor of food policy and law in New York University’s nutrition ...
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