MIAMI -- The first step in guarding against a food safety-related crisis is choosing a supplier carefully, according to the quality assurance director of a billion-dollar fast-food chain. Chet England, chief food safety officer for Burger King Corp. and a frequent speaker on the subject, said there are two types of crises, and one is more dangerous for the retailer. The first variety of foodborne illness can be traced to a product with a manufacturer's label, and is not as serious as the ...

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