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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (FNS) -- Getting the food-safety message out to consumers -- and store associates -- doesn't have to be a labor-intensive, individual effort. There's plenty of turnkey programs available for retailers and others in the food business to take advantage of, according to a panel of industry and government experts who spoke here at the Refrigerated Foods Association's 21st Annual Conference

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (FNS) -- Getting the food-safety message out to consumers -- and store associates -- doesn't have to be a labor-intensive, individual effort. There's plenty of turnkey programs available for retailers and others in the food business to take advantage of, according to a panel of industry and government experts who spoke here at the Refrigerated Foods Association's 21st Annual Conference and Exhibition.

For example, Maria Cameron, representing the Chicago-based American

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