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Making the case for safe

Dr. Debra Strauss, of the Dolan School of Business, was quoted extensively in an article (Page 22-23) exploring food safety: ‘Most of the talk in food safety circles these days seems to center around the pending finalization of provisions of the Food Safety Moderation Act. But lawyers advise against putting off legal preparation for potential food safety events until after the Food and
Drug Administration releases its final version of the act. “It is always best to be proactive,” said Debra Strauss, associate professor of business law at the Charles F. Dolan School of Business at Fairfield University, Fairfield, Conn. Planning for a possible food safety incident by taking preventive actions and familiarizing yourself with your legal responsibilities potentially could reduce penalties you might face, she said.’

Published in ProduceOps (alternate link) (a trade magazine that devoted a recent issue to sustainability issues) in the May 2013 issue

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