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  • Amy’s: Serving the world from its kitchens

    Quality Assurance Magazine - 08/02/2017

    At the company’s most recent Food Safety Day, Darin Detwiler, an assistant dean at Northeastern University and a member of QAmagazine’s Advisory Board, spoke about the personal impacts of food poisoning. Detwiler’s son was one of four children who died as a result of the 1993 Jack in the Box E. coli outbreak.

    “You only have the luxury of food safety being theoretical if you haven’t lost someone. Then it becomes reality,” Jesus said. “Getting to know Darin is, for me, such a powerful reminder that we’re not making widgets; people eat our food. So, we really just have two choices: we can nourish or we can harm.”

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