In the midst of grilling and picnic season, retailers are firing up efforts to tell their customers how to safely prepare food and keep it safe for eating. Dietitians, company websites, online newsletters, offers of pop-up thermometers, colorful brochures, even Facebook announcements, have all been put to work by retailers intent on educating their customers about their role in food safety. “We do have to emphasize that food safety extends to their plate, that food needs to be handled and ...

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