The object of inquiry was salmon. Specifically, my aunt and uncle were concerned that we were about to use as an ingredient in our appetizer some smoked salmon that four days earlier had been part of a recall. The scenario was remarkable to me for several reasons. Most notably it underscored the growing public consciousness about food safety and the awareness of recalls. While restaurant operators and those of us covering the industry might have a heightened awareness of food-safety ...

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