Retailers have a tremendous responsibility to train their managers and associates about food safety; as well as to educate customers about the foods they purchase in-store and bring home. s with a number of food safety-related programs that can ease the crunch and allow retailers to concentrate on meeting training goals. Assistance can range from informational literature for employees and customers alike, to full-fledged workshops specifically designed for food handlers. For example, ...

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