NORRISTOWN, Pa. -- Genuardi's Family Markets here inaugurated a new food-safety initiative with the implementation of a Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point program in every one of its seafood departments, the first category in the company to adopt such protocols. The retailer joins a growing number of supermarket chains who are installing such plans in select perishables areas, in anticipation of an eventual mandate by federal public-health agencies. Genuardi's decided to implement a ...

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