DALLAS -- Retailers can overcome consumers' doubts about the freshness of prepared foods by leveraging the power of packaging and labels to communicate their commitment to quality, said a pair of industry experts at the biennial convention here of the North American Association of Food Equipment Manufacturers, Chicago. William Ryan, associate vice president of the Culinary Institute of America, Hyde Park, N.Y., and Richard Vergili, a professor of sanitation at the school, said that the ...

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