Crew members in the New York region of the White Castle burger chain have started playing a bigger role in food safety and sanitation.   As part of a stepped-up internal safety program, the 48-unit region now requires a twice-daily restaurant inspection by designated crew members.     The idea is to make all employees feel involved in maintaining strict standards, and not just management, said Tom Bray, regional assistant director of restaurant operations for the ...

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