INDIANAPOLIS (FNS) -- As value-added products proliferate in perishables departments, there is greater chance of food contamination, several panelists told members of the Indiana Grocery and Convenience Store Association at the group's annual convention. Food contamination, coupled with media sensationalism, could spell disaster for retailers, panelists told the convention here last month. "As we move into deli and home meal replacement, food safety is No. 1 for us on a scale of one to ...
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