Whether it's peaches from California, pork chops from Minnesota, salmon from Alaska, cheese from Wisconsin or bakery items from New York, the ability to regulate and maintain temperature control from farm to fork is paramount to the wholesomeness of all fresh foods. Manufacturers and distributors assume responsibility for products prior to delivery to a retailer's warehouse or stores, but supermarket operators take the driver seat from there -- and therein lies a potential problem, said ...

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