COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Supermarket operators in Ohio have been handed a new weapon in their fight to educate store-level employees about basic food-safety procedures. The Pathway to Food Safety is a just-released program that combines video lessons, quizzes, and handouts. It was developed by the nonprofit arm of the Ohio Grocers Association and the state's departments of health and agriculture, as a low-cost and timesaving alternative to more complex training systems. According to Tom Jackson, ...
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