COLORADO SPRINGS — Scientific advances in food safety won't fully pay off unless the food industry strengthens its “food safety culture,” Frank Yiannas, vice president, food safety, Wal-Mart Stores, said in a presentation here last week. “Culture is just as important as the science,” he said at a session during the Grocery Manufacturers Association Executive Conference. “The soft stuff is the real hard stuff where you can make a difference as food firms.” He said best practices include ...

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