How best to protect deli and other prepared foods from unintentional contamination is a source of much hand-wringing for food safety advocates. While hand washing and glove wearing have always been an integral part of food-handling guidelines, it's not a given that associates follow proper protocols day in and day out. Furthermore, many observers argue that although glove use can be effective, it can also promote poor hand-washing practices. “I know supermarkets understand that you should ...

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