Costco has been embroiled in a food poisoning scandal, and now the company is stepping up to address it.
According to the Los Angeles Times, Costco will be using a new tool called the Costco Food Protection and Safety Program (FPSP) to help customers with food poisoning issues.
The program is meant to help businesses with food safety issues, including the possibility of contamination in the food supply.
This is something Costco has never had before, and the program will help with that, as well as help retailers understand how they can prevent food poisoning incidents, according to the Times.
Costco’s new program is only available to consumers with a Costco-owned business, and is limited to the first 12 months of the year.
The program is also limited to a certain geographic area of Costco.
Costcos new food poisoning toolkit is a good first step, and hopefully, Costco can make its program a reality.