CHICAGO -- The Food and Drug Administration's new Uniform Food Code, designed to create a single standard for food handling across all 50 states, includes some stringent measures for supermarket deli workers. At a seminar at the annual convention of the Food Marketing Institute held here earlier this month, Steve James, assistant director for program standards for FDA's retail food protection brand, detailed provisions of the long-awaited code, introduced in January. The Food Code was ...

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