CHARLOTTE N.C. Burger King Corp. is considering the outlay of an additional $500,000 on the evaluation and testing of toys that could be used as premiums in the burger chain’s kids meals, said Steve Grover, vice president of food safety, quality assurance and regulatory compliance for the quick-service giant. His comments, delivered at the Food Safety Symposium held here last weekend, came as Mattel Inc. and other companies are contending with safety-related recalls of toys ...
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