SAN FRANCISCO â€”Consumers across five countries want a greater say about food ingredients, safety and quality, according to a new research report. The study, based on a survey of 1,000 consumers in the United States, China, Germany, Argentina and the United Kingdom, indicated that people expect restaurateurs and food companies to recognize them as a development partner by 2020. â€”Consumers across five countries want a greater say about food ingredients, safety and ...
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