Mention food safety and retailers recite a long list of programs, training and technical procedures they use to protect the food they sell. The roster includes a large number of policies geared specifically toward store-level associates in fresh-foods departments. Consumer-focused initiatives have been limited mostly to more passive, educational measures like pamphlet displays or signage. It's only been recently that retailers have begun promoting the idea that consumers themselves can ...
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