BALTIMORE -- Consumers expect safe food and retailers have a responsibility to provide it for them. But how do you control something that spends more time out of your store than in? Lecturers at the Food Marketing Institute's Food Safety Conference here said retailers can adopt a number of strategies that increases the safety margin for all parties -- customer, retailer and supplier. "The most important thing that we can do is prepare and sell food that is safe to eat," said Peter Rojek, ...

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