BOSTON -- Retailers were offered a unique step-by-step demonstration of how to -- and how not to -- safely run a rotisserie chicken program in stores during the annual conference of the Northeast Fresh Food Alliance, formerly the New England Dairy-Deli-Bakery Association. The demonstration was part of a seminar featuring experts who assured the retailers in attendance that they will face requirements for Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point procedures in their stores by the year 2000, so ...

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