Fed issues `warning stickers'

September 1998
FoodService Director;09/15/98, Vol. 11 Issue 9, p26
Trade Publication
Announces the distribution of warning stickers from the United States Department of Labor for food service operators to place on meat slicers and other potentially hazardous machinery. Warning printed on the stickers; Rationale behind the labeling initiative.


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