Fresh food, revamping resolution

Revamped Resolutions

New Year’s resolutions will be top of mind for shoppers as they browse the store—leading them right to the produce department.

Old habits die hard, but a new year provides a fresh start for people resolved to break the pattern of the habits they would like to change or improve upon. Nearly half of consumers will make a New Year’s resolution, yet less than 10 percent will succeed in achieving their goals, according to some estimates.

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Food Safety & human element

food safety

BENTONVILLE, ARK. — Recently, everything from Listeria to E. coli to Campylobacter has given American consumers good reason to worry about the safety of their food. The industry has responded and is making every effort to improve the safety of food by utilizing science-based testing and sampling practices, detection technologies, food safety training and education, and multiple interventions.

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