Programmed cleaning-fluid systems, special floor scrubbers, additional faucets, stainless-steel surfaces, shelving that pops out in small sections, hands-free sinks -- even bilingual signs -- are all part of retailers' renewed commitment to getting food safety done right. Awareness has risen to "orange alert" for a number of reasons. Headlines in the consumer press shout news about hepatitis A transmitted by green onions, meat recalls related to E. coli and liability suits brought against ...
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