Is the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s push to have a “certified food protection manager” always on duty in full-service restaurants something to fear? Or does it mean enhanced job security for those who have this designation, or can get it quickly? Either way, be ready for a new food safety requirement. It’s hard to find much cause for alarm in FDA’s just-released 10-year tracking study of retail food safety practices. The part that focused on restaurants found that “full service ...

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