SAN DIEGO -- To ensure the safety, integrity and wholesomeness of food in stores, retailers should have a written policy and procedures, extensive training at all levels of the business and a self-inspection process, Kmart's director of food safety said. Bill Jones described components of an effective food safety program during his session, "What do loss prevention executives need to know about protecting the food supply?" last week at the National Retail Federation's 2005 Loss Prevention ...

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