Revised Model Food Code supports unit-level certified food protection managers
Restaurants, retailers and foodservice institutions each may be required to hire unit-level certified food protection managers if the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s revised Model Food Code is adopted by state, county or city jurisdictions. Last week the FDA released a supplement to its Model Food Code, including several new or amended provisions offering a clearer delineation of the food safety responsibilities of a restaurant or retailer’s “person in charge,” ...
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