Terror in Aisle One

Summerour, Jenny
January 2002
Progressive Grocer;1/1/2002, Vol. 81 Issue 1, p46
Trade Publication
Provides information on the 'Protocol Guideline and Resource Handbook,' completed by the New Jersey Food Council's bio-security task force. Inclusions of the guideline; Issues challenging convenience stores; Importance of educating employees and customers on bioterrorism. INSETS: Honesty's still the best policy;Irradiation's new image.


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