WASHINGTON -- Food safety training does not have to be a complicated, extensive affair for it to be effective at the store level, an expert told attendees of the Food Safety Summit and Expo, here, sponsored by the National Food Processors Association. sionalism in front-line associates by treating employees with respect. "If you don't give them respect and you treat them like they're disposable, then why should they care about food safety?" Lerman asked. Trainers should also work as though ...

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