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Marketing Your Restaurant to Allergen-Conscious Customers 

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Much has been done for allergen-awareness in recent years, from the rise of popular health trends like gluten-free diets and increased exposure to allergen incidents through social media, but with 200,000 Americans admitted to hospital for allergic reactions to food every year, more can be done.

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How to Create an Allergy-Friendly Environment at Your Restaurant

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Customers with food allergies take a great risk to eat food prepared by someone other than themselves, as they may suffer potentially severe consequences from coming into contact with a triggering allergen. While this is by no means a comprehensive list, these are some common food allergens that you should read up on: Tree Nuts.

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Six Important Steps Restaurants Should Take to Build a Strong Food Safety Culture

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Additionally, AI can assist in monitoring temperature variations during food storage, detecting anomalies in production processes, identifying potential allergen cross-contamination risks, and more. Regular and comprehensive training programs should be implemented to enhance employees' knowledge and understanding of food safety practices.

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Key Takeaways from the 2022 FDA Food Code

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Many of the key changes in the 2022 Food Code relate to food allergens. These concerns reflect FDA’s increasing commitment to ensuring that Americans with allergies are aware of the potential allergens in their foods and impose commensurate duties on restaurants and food producers in order to further that commitment.

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Digital Transformation in the Restaurant Industry

Streamlined allergen management ensuring ZERO food allergy incidents. Think, a 25-75% reduction in food waste that translates to millions of dollars in savings. A fully automated supply chain. Accurate stock counts across dozens of different F&B service units (without time-consuming daily counts).

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Your Menu: Nutritional, Calorie, Allergen Data On-Demand


When the FDA placed requirements for calories to be listed on menus in chain restaurants, it meant nutritional information must now be be clearly displayed on menus and menu boards and for salad bars and buffets. All calorie information must be displayed on signs near the foods.

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How to pass a food safety inspection


Regulations may cover topics such as allergen management, food handling, storage, temperature control, hygienic practices and pest control. Management of allergens Strong allergy control policies must be in place due to the rising prevalence of food allergies. Read more about food allergens on the FDA website.