ORLANDO Fla. The food safety credentials of 27 foodservice workers in central Florida were revoked recently because of alleged improprieties by the proctor who administered their exams.The foodservice workers are not accused of wrongdoing, but will be required to retake the test to become certified, the National Registry of Food Safety Professionals said last week.The incident is the latest example of the National Registry’s attempt to crack down on what some say is a growing number of ...
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