ATHENS, Ga. -- Supermarket managers will be able to participate in a training program that will teach them how to respond to emergencies involving contamination of the food supply. The training, to be carried out by the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Cooperative Extension Service, begins in July. It will be open to Georgia food retailers and food processors, among others. Retailers should check with their local University of Georgia county ...

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