The National Association Association of Convenience Stores (NACS) show provides the most comprehensive representation of products and services for the convenience and fuel retailing industry. Retailers attend the NACS show to discover proven ideas, attract new customers, build their brand, and improve their bottom line. The show is attended by more than 24,000 people.
At the 2019 NACS show in Atlanta, GA, Barbara VanRenterghem moderated a roundtable discussion about food safety in the C-store environment. She was joined by Jeremy Zenlea (Cumberland Farms). Jeremy was also the featured guest in Ep. 44 of Food Safety Matters.
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In this episode of Food Safety Matters, we share snippets of the food safety roundtable at NACS [6:57]. Topics discussed include:
- How to decide whether or not to initiate recall when a food allergen is not so clearly displayed on food packaging
- How food handling and sanitation should be approached when a sick employee returns to the workplace
- Decision-making when a suspected, potentially dangerous food product sold in your store has not been officially proven to be a microbiological hazard
C-Store Articles in Food Safety Magazine
Keeping Food Safe in the C-Store Environment
News Mentioned in This Episode
Foreign Crab Meat Labeled as Product of USA Lands Seafood Company Owner in Prison [3:34]