HIGHLAND PARK, Ill. -- The time is now for supermarkets to lead higher-profile food-safety education efforts, as more consumers become conscious of safe-handling and cooking procedures, according to Richard Daniels, president of Audits International here. He bases that belief, in part, on recent research findings he presented last month at the Institute of Food Technologists Annual Meeting and Food Expo in Chicago. The study found that a significant number of households, compared with ...
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