NEW ORLEANS -- Retailers will have to address a significant number of issues at store level, if pending changes to the 2001 Food and Drug Administration's Model Food Code -- the industry's blueprint for food safety -- are finalized. Speaking at the Food Marketing Institute's 2001 Supermarket Food Safety Conference, Lydia Strayer, chairwoman of the Council of Food Protection, and director of General Environmental Services for the Mississippi State Department of Health, Jackson, Miss., noted ...
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