Food Safety Month

New Trends and Technologies in Foodservice: Third-party Delivery Food Safety

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The upswing in demand of third-party food delivery means restaurateurs need to tackle these issues head-on.

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National Food Safety Month: Foodservice Tech Safety Quiz

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New technologies and new meal delivery options can present food safety challenges. As always, keeping consumers safe is top priority. 

Third-party delivery services, tablets, and self-service kiosks are helping restaurants and customers interact. With this technology, however, employees must be aware of associated food safety risks. 

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New Trends and Technologies in Foodservice: Keeping Consumers Safe

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Changing consumer trends can mean changes in your operation. If your operation is using new technology for placing orders, do you have a cleaning program in place for it? How does your food stay safe once it leaves your establishment for delivery? Consumers now hear more about food safety through social media and reality TV. Make sure your operation does not become something to “post about.”

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When It Comes to Food Safety, It’s All About Education

By: Brigette Philpot
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For those of us in food service, safety is the number one priority. Yes, we also love to serve healthy, delicious and creative cuisine. But when it comes right down to it: we have to start with safety.

In fact, food safety is so important that the month of September is Food Safety Month, an important time to re-focus on everything we do to keep employees and customers safe from foodborne illnesses.

Make Your Workplace a Food-Allergy Free Zone

By: Brian Turner
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Food allergies are more common than many people think. In fact, 15 million Americans have been diagnosed with a food allergy, according to Food Allergy Research and Education (FARE), and one in three Americans report experiencing some form of negative reaction to food. Chances are someone in your office has a food allergy or intolerance.

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