WASHINGTON -- The evolution of food-safety policies designed specifically for retail stores is approaching a critical juncture, as supermarkets begin to test prototype programs developed by federal and state regulatory agencies, industry trade associations like the Food Marketing Institute or by other operators. To that end, retailers and others interviewed by SN all agree that food safety is at the top of everyone's list; they want an effective method of maintaining product integrity in ...

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