BERKELEY, Calif. — Grocery Outlet Bargain Market here, a group of independently operated food stores in six western states, recently processed a recall from one of its suppliers at more than 150 locations, resulting in a completion rate for notification, response and documentation of less than two hours. The recall was managed via a web-based recall-and-withdrawal system provided by Recall InfoLink, Boise, Idaho. The system is designed to remove up to 80% of the labor required in ...

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