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FDA releases new study on latest risk factors for restaurant food safety

Report finds certified food protection managers need to be present at all times to make a difference

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A food safety management system (FSMS) has the biggest impact on preventing risky food safety behaviors in restaurants, but the same does not hold true when certified food protection managers (CFPMs) are not present at the establishment, finds a new FDA report released on Nov. 7.


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