Food safety continues to be at the top of consumers minds, so situations concerning contaminated product are more and more likely to occur. That being the case, it's increasingly important for any food retailer to have a response plan in place -- ahead of the inevitable emergency -- to reduce the risk that the situation will spin out of control. Two retailers have been involved in emergency recall situations in recent weeks alone, as has been reported in SN: One involved Shaw's Supermarkets ...

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