Taking No Chances

Lisanti, Linda
August 2007
Convenience Store News;8/6/2007, Vol. 43 Issue 10, p44
Trade Publication
The article focuses on Kwik Trip Inc. which is taking extreme measures to safeguard its foodservice business. It is informed that the company is not taking any chances when it comes to food safety and quality control. Jay L.E. Ellingson, who joined the company in June 2006 as director of food safety and quality assurance, said that the company wants the consumer to know that it is doing everything through the food supply chain to keep them safe.


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