Fresh sells. But it also introduces a specific set of sanitation challenges, especially for retailers who are making a stronger commitment to fresh foods merchandising than in the past. In deli/food service, meat and seafood departments especially, and to some extent produce, the need for retailers to have strong safety standards and the checks and balances to maintain them has perhaps never been greater. That need was fueled by the fatal outbreak of food poisoning in the Pacific Northwest ...

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