California restaurant operators are now required to use gloves or utensils when handling ready-to-eat foods under a change to the retail food code that went into effect Jan. 1, but health officials have agreed to a soft rollout for the first six months. Concerned that operators would be caught unaware of the new rules, the California Restaurant Association pushed for a soft rollout. The California Department of Public Health and the California Conference of Directors of Environmental Health ...

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