The in-store safety imperative

Urbanski, Al
March 2003
Progressive Grocer;3/1/2003, Vol. 82 Issue 4, p27
Trade Publication
Discusses several measures that should be used by supermarkets to prevent a possible contamination of perishable food products with the Escherichia coli O157 bacterial pathogen. Advice on setting higher standards for temperature control; Factors to consider regarding sanitation and product handling; Tips on hiring and maintaining responsible workers with regard to food safety.


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