The U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s recommendation last month that all restaurants employ certified food protection managers has prompted many operators to ask what is required to achieve certification. The FDA found in a 10-year study of retail food risks that the presence of a certified food protection manager was strongly correlated with higher compliance levels with food safety practices, and the agency said in October that it would seek to make such an employee a requirement ...
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