Small companies are at a disadvantage with food-safety requirements

06/24/2009 | Reuters

Smaller food companies face a competitive disadvantage as they struggle to meet new food-safety regulations. A report from two U.N. agencies notes that larger companies enjoy economies of scale, while small players in poor countries are in danger of being squeezed out of the marketplace.

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