PHOENIX -- The strict fresh food handling regimen of HACCP is poised to move downstream from food processing to retailing -- whether supermarkets are ready or not, according to food safety experts at the Food Marketing Institute's MealSolutions conference. HACCP is short for Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points, the rigorous system devised to monitor food handling practices, and that, on the wings of regulatory and legislative mandates, is swiftly becoming the standard for the food ...

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