As technology and packaging improves, retailers may have an easier time maintaining the integrity of frozen foods. "Along with better alarms, a lot of case manufacturers are working on freezer doors that don't steam up when opened and closed," said Nevin Montgomery, president, National Frozen and Refrigerated Foods Association, Harrisburg, Pa. "This will increase visibility of products and therefore increase sales." Today, employees have to be trained to read the expiration date codes on ...

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