TRACKING IRRADIATION

As a constant on the industry radar, food safety remained a major issue facing retailers and manufacturers alike in 2000, and no topic stirred more debate this past year than the irradiation of red meat products.he items in their coolers."We're taking a wait-and-see attitude," said Barry Scher, spokesman for Giant Food, Landover, Md."We'll watch what the consumers want," echoed Mickey Clerc, spokesman

As a constant on the industry radar, food safety remained a major issue facing retailers and manufacturers alike in 2000, and no topic stirred more debate this past year than the irradiation of red meat products.

he items in their coolers.

"We're taking a wait-and-see attitude," said Barry Scher, spokesman for Giant Food, Landover, Md.

"We'll watch what the consumers want," echoed Mickey Clerc, spokesman for Winn-Dixie Stores, Jacksonville, Fla. "We'll try to deter

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