Captain D's Seafood is charting a new course for food safety. The Nashville-based operator has started requiring all of its 600 restaurants to have two employees who are certified in food safety through the ServSafe program offered by the education foundation of the National Restaurant Association.Alan Caldwell, senior vice president of operations for the quick-service company, said he found inconsistencies in training when he joined Captain D's two years ago as part of a new ...

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