WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Many retailers may claim their seafood departments follow strict food-safety procedures, but Raley's Supermarkets and its Bel Air Markets, based here, have developed a strategy to guarantee it. Raley's, attempting to take its existing food-safety program to the next level, retained a third-party certification firm to help devise, implement and monitor a Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point safety program in each of its seafood departments. The initiative -- ...

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