News of foodborne illness outbreaks and product recalls has led consumer concern about food safety to new highs, but the food industry and equipment manufacturers are working together to create technologies that promise to help improve food safety at the store level, while also boosting operational efficiencies and reducing shrink. “There's quite a few new innovations in food safety,” said Jill Hollingsworth, group vice president of food safety programs for the Food Marketing Institute. ...

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