A new article published in the Journal of Food Protection examines the effect of food safety management characteristics on risk factor violations cited on routine inspections. The results of the study support the recommendations of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration regarding certified food managers (CFMs); however, the findings also suggest greater complexity in the characteristics of food safety management, which include the role of third-party inspectors and whether a CFM is acting in the role of the CFM of record.
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