Consumer Study on Spinach Recall

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Many consumers who stopped eating spinach after last fall’s recall also stopped buying other bagged produce, a study by the Food Policy Institute at Rutgers University has found. The study also showed that although most Americans heard about the recall, fewer were aware of significant details such as what kind of spinach was affected, what caused the contamination, and most important, whether the recall had ended.

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