ARLINGTON, Va. — A group of food retailers and food service companies are working with the Safe Quality Food Institute (SQFI) to develop guidance on how their distribution centers can become SQF-certified for maintaining high levels of food safety practices. "This June we should have guidance on how to get a DC certified," said Bob Garfield, senior vice president, SQFI, a division of the Food Marketing Institute here. The companies working with SQFI, said Garfield, include Publix, ...

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