WASHINGTON — Nearly 40 retailers are providing their customers with food safety information and tips through the “Be Food Safe” campaign launched by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Partnership for Food Safety Education, officials said. Be Food Safe utilizes colorful, modular icons and photography to illustrate basic safe food-handling practices. Retailers using these icons for display in stores, and in other forms of customer outreach, are helping to restore confidence in the ...

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