Retailers spend a lot of time developing and implementing their own food safety standards, but what happens after shoppers take the food home? Sometimes a good old conversation is the best way to help consumers prepare food safely, retailers told SN. At Foodtown operator Food Circus Supermarkets, Middletown, N.J., employees are encouraged to talk to consumers to personalize the shopping experience. Michelle Cantalupo, supervisor of fresh foods, said that food safety doesn’t ...

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