ORLANDO, Fla. (FNS) -- Uncertainty about food suppliers and the inability to cost-effectively train food-service workers in a high turnover era are among the top barriers to ensuring consistency in food-safety initiatives, according to retail and food-service industry representatives who spoke at the International Food Safety Congress here. "Finding good safety partners is a challenge," said Peter Rojek, vice president of quality assurance and food safety at Montvale, N.J.-based A&P. ...

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