Once again, food safety is in the headlines, and by the time all the repercussions have been felt from the latest salmonella poisoning that left nine people dead and sickened more than 630, the cost will turn out to be anything but peanuts.The company allegedly responsible for the most recent foodborne-illness outbreak, Peanut Corp. of America, already has sought bankruptcy protection after the incident was traced to one of its plants and triggered one of the largest product recalls in U.S. ...

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