WASHINGTON — Safeway, Pleasonton, Calif., conducts quarterly food safety compliance checks using a third-party service to examine the practices of its prepared-food departments, among other areas, according to Mahipal Kunduru, group director, consumer protection for the retailer. Kunduru explained Safeway's in-store hygiene program Thursday in a session at the Global Food Safety Conference, sponsored by The Consumer Goods Forum, Paris. The unannounced audits, conducted by National ...

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