Marsh Supermarkets has made keeping score a key ingredient in staying on top of food safety. Like other retailers, the Indianapolis-based chain has put a new focus on food safety as states across the country begin to adopt new regulations that are in line with the U.S. Food & Drug Administration's Food Code recommendations. At the 107-store chain, food safety has always been a priority, but enforcing safe practices on the front line got easier when Scott Alkinburgh, Marsh's vice ...

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