WASHINGTON Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, in an apparent campaign first, has disclosed what steps she would take to promote food safety if she is elected to the White House in November. Clinton added the plank to her platform following the recall on Sunday of 143 million pounds of beef by Chino, Calif.-based Hallmark Meat Packing Co. and an affiliated company, Westland Meat Co. The action is the biggest beef recall in U.S. history.The senator from New York ...

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