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 From farmer to consumer, produce safety has come a long way in the six years since tainted spinach resulted in 205 confirmed illnesses and three deaths. But the recent cantaloupe crisis reminds us that the problem of ensuring a safe food supply is far from over. These crises should serve as a reminder: 
There can be no compromise when it comes to food safety. ...

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