AMI AND FMI SET TO TEACH CONSUMERS FOOD SAFETY

WASHINGTON (FNS) -- Foodborne illness is on the rise and a recent meat industry study has identified a big reason: most consumers don't wash their hands before they cook or after they've handled raw chicken and beef.The Food Marketing Institute here is the first group to sign on to what the Arlington, Va.-based American Meat Institute's president, J. Patrick Boyle, said is "a call to action" to get

WASHINGTON (FNS) -- Foodborne illness is on the rise and a recent meat industry study has identified a big reason: most consumers don't wash their hands before they cook or after they've handled raw chicken and beef.

The Food Marketing Institute here is the first group to sign on to what the Arlington, Va.-based American Meat Institute's president, J. Patrick Boyle, said is "a call to action" to get consumers tuned into their role in food safety. Boyle and Tim Hammond, Food Marketing

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