MONTEREY Calif. Restaurateurs joined grocers, growers and processors here recently for a download of new research information about how E. coli O157:H7 contaminates leafy greens. The daylong event at the Monterey Plaza Hotel marked the disclosure of findings from nine, multi-discipline studies funded at a reported cost of $2 million by Salinas, Calif.-based Fresh Express, the fresh-cut greens division of Chiquita Brands International Inc.Some of the findings supported conventional ...
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