California's Leafy Green Marketing Agreement is drawing quite a following.
The food-safety rules, which were developed after the massive E. coli-prompted spinach recall in September 2006, govern how salad fixings are handled from the field to the grocery store.
Already, Arizona has adopted the rules, and Florida is considering them.
And a national produce food safety movement is using the California agreement as a model.
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