Fresh cuts perishables

Smith, Ann
November 1997
Progressive Grocer;Nov97, Vol. 76 Issue 11, p57
Trade Publication
Presents reports concerning fresh produce in supermarkets. Benefits of using secondary display case for these items; Booklet which features safety guidelines for minimizing contamination in fresh produce; Kit manufactured by Meridian Diagnostics that tests food for the presence of E. coli.


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