WHILE SOME RETAILERS ARE definitely are “on it” when it comes to educating shoppers about safe food handling, there are many more doing very little in that regard. One supermarket meat/seafood director, who asked not to be named, told SN he doesn't view teaching shoppers about safe food handling as a responsibility for retailers. “I guess we take it for granted our customers know how to take care of the food they buy.” Meanwhile, consultant Terry Roberts, president of Merchandising By ...

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