ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Food safety is no illusion at Walt Disney World Co., which has developed an extensive, technology-driven program of best practices covering more than 500 food-service locations, from pushcarts to convention-center kitchens, according to the entertainment provider's manager of environmental health. "Food safety is magical, but it doesn't happen magically," said Frank Yiannas, during the annual convention here last week of the International Deli-Dairy-Bakery Association. ...

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