Busch's Supermarkets were spick and span, so store managers wondered why they should open the fresh departments to the food safety police. That was the reaction Dan Courser got when he announced a new food safety initiative with NSF International, an Ann Arbor, Mich.-based not-for-profit that certifies products and sets standards for food and water. "They were skeptical," said Courser, the chief operations officer for Busch's, a chain of 11 supermarkets, also based in Ann Arbor. "They ...

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