David Gombas

VP of Scientific and Technical Affairs for the United Fresh Produce Association

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Vice President of Scientific and Technical Affairs for the United Fresh Produce Association, and co-author of the FDA's Lettuce Safety Initiative, a set of recommended guidelines on the safe handling of leafy greens

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The latest count in the  E.coli outbreak 
is one dead and 146 suffering from cramps, diarrhea and kidney trouble.
The "smoking gun" is a bag of contaminated spinach found in…

Are America's Vegetables as Safe as They Should Be?

The latest count in the E.coli outbreak is one dead and 146 suffering from cramps, diarrhea and kidney trouble. The "smoking gun" is a bag of contaminated spinach found in…

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