`Home-cooking' fires decline

April 1999
FoodService Director;04/15/99, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p26
Trade Publication
Discusses the sharp decline in the number of United States fire-related deaths. Factors associated with the decline; Advantages of the public's increasing appetite for food away from home; Comments from analysts of the US Fire Administration.


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