WASHINGTON -- Research conducted by the Food Marketing Institute found that 93.6% of supermarkets have a food-safety training program for store associates, though most of them are conducted on an "as-needed" basis. The findings were part of the larger Speaks industry overview presented annually at FMI's convention in Chicago. Larger operators, primarily those doing more than $500 million in sales, exposed more employees to the basics of food safety, regardless of their level in the ...
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