In recent years, most supermarket retailers have gone to great lengths to protect themselves and their shoppers from contaminated ground beef. While it may be scientifically impossible to completely eliminate foodborne pathogens, food-safety experts suggest that retailers should concentrate their efforts on controlling the critical distribution points under their jurisdiction, those that provide the greatest chance for pathogens like E. coli to contaminate product. At store level, there is ...
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