A recent study of consumer perceptions about food safety suggests that Congressional action and supply chain improvements can’t come fast enough for restaurateurs.According to Deloitte LLP’s 2010 Consumer Food Safety Survey, 44 percent of the 1,012 individuals questioned were “extremely concerned” about the quality and safety of the food they eat away from home. Only 34 percent had such worries about food at home, Deloitte said.Over the past several decades, the foodservice industry has ...

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