Import Controversy Stokes COOL Debate

Country-of-origin labeling is likely to become more common as a result of the problems with tainted foods coming out of China, a Fred Meyer executive told the 13th annual Executive Forum sponsored by the Food Industry Leadership Center at Portland State University. The Chinese thing has everyone looking at all products, Paul Enderle, vice president and merchandiser for produce and

TIGARD, Ore. — Country-of-origin labeling is likely to become more common as a result of the problems with tainted foods coming out of China, a Fred Meyer executive told the 13th annual Executive Forum sponsored by the Food Industry Leadership Center at Portland State University here.

“The Chinese thing has everyone looking at all products,” Paul Enderle, vice president and merchandiser for produce and nutrition centers at Fred Meyer, pointed out. “A lot of very vocal people wa

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