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Jeremy Cherfas

The cost of poor food safety practices: $36 million in two years. Which, of course, does not include the commonised costs imposed on the community.

Marion Nestle links to Dole's declarations as it prepares to go public. As ever, though, while the company may have to settle lawsuits and what have you, it does not contribute to the costs borne by those who succumb to food poisonning.