Richard W. Daniels

During the fourth quarter of 2000, Audits International conducted our third National Home Food Safety Study. Our restaurant inspectors used a critical control point approach to evaluate meal preparation, service, and cleanup practices in 115 households around the country. The evaluation, similar to what we use to inspect restaurants, netted at least one critical violation—an improper practice that, by itself, can potentially lead to illness or injury—in three-fourths of the participating househo…

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