Training employees to handle food safely may present more of an uphill battle than anyone could have anticipated. That's one safety expert's conjecture, based on the findings of a study that's jam-packed with data showing consumers routinely make a shocking number of critical errors in food-handling in their own homes. That's crucial information for supermarkets with fresh-meals programs because those consumers form the labor pool from which they draw their employees, said Richard Daniels, ...

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