INDIANAPOLIS - Marsh Supermarkets here uses a combination of careful screening of people, including employees, suppliers and distributors, as well as technology to minimize threats to food. In compliance with bioterrorism regulations, Marsh as well as other retail chains keep track-and-trace records that show where a shipment of food came from. By tracing shipments one step back, and when appropriate, one step forward from a chain's own facilities to its stores, supermarkets are able to ...

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