As it called for continued improvements in food safety, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration recommended that all restaurants and retailers employ certified food protection managers. The recommendation — which was met with support from both the National Restaurant Association and the National Council of Chain Restaurants — came Friday as the agency released the results of a 10-year study of retail food risk factors. While the study found overall improvement, the FDA noted that ...
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