BALTIMORE -- Metro Food Market here, a 17-store division of Richfood Holdings, Richmond, Va., is expected to become the first supermarket company in the nation to train its entire staff -- about 2,200 employees -- in a Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point-based food-safety program, according to John Ryder, Metro's president and chief executive officer. Although two other supermarket companies in the nation have implemented similar HACCP-based training programs, neither are requiring ...

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