TROY, Ohio -- Fresh food is not the only flash point for foodborne illness at the store level. Equipment -- how it is designed, and how it is used and maintained -- can serve just as well as a breeding ground for disease, and also for effective prevention against disease. That is why food-processing-equipment and systems suppliers like Hobart Corp. here are changing their operations to live up to the fact that, increasingly, they are not just selling hardware. These days, the are selling ...

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