Antibacterial cutting boards have emerged as a hot new entry in the supermarket housewares mix, due to consumer concerns about cross-contamination of foods on kitchen work surfaces. Chains like Dominick's Finer Foods, Northlake, Ill.; Safeway's Seattle division, Bellevue, Wash.; King Soopers, Denver; Smith's Food & Drug, Salt Lake City; and Ball's Food Stores, Kansas City, Kan., have begun displays of antibacterial cutting boards on grocery front endcaps, at in-line housewares sets and ...
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