Of all the components that make up a retailer's food-safety program, training can be the most costly and time-consuming. The challenge of implementing a consistent, reliable blueprint is exacerbated by store-level, hourly-wage earners -- who are by nature an itinerant group. As a result, training needs to be flexible, cost-effective and structured for maximum return on time, retailers told SN. National chains enjoy the advantage of size in educating their associates. These large companies ...
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