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Tech Is Revolutionizing Restaurants’ Quality Audits

Modern Restaurant Management

Think of what your restaurant can accomplish with quality auditing. First (and most importantly), you’ll maximize quality and safety while minimizing risk. Audits can also help brands identify (and fix) areas of non-compliance, as well as spot (and address) potential threats. Luckily, the tide is turning.

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

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Ensuring food safety is essential for restaurant brands and others within the food industry. A weak food safety culture can have severe consequences, including product recalls, foodborne illnesses, reputational damage, diminished customer loyalty, and financial losses.

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Is Your Ghost Kitchen Haunted by Food Safety Breaches?

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However, the same challenges arise in ghost kitchens’ quality assurance and food safety protocols that plague the traditional restaurant kitchen. Food businesses should take a fresh look at some traditional kitchen challenges that may even be amplified in ghost kitchen settings: Be transparent. Audit differently.

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A Combination of Traditional, Remote Audits and Self-Auditing Will Trend into the Future

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Restaurants have traditionally relied on annual, biannual, or quarterly audits, where an inspector visits the facility and conducts an in-person assessment of health and safety protocols. Here’s some key information to know about remote audits: Remote Audits are Thorough and Comprehensive.

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Prioritize Food Safety This Month and Throughout the Year

Modern Restaurant Management

The food your restaurant serves should taste good, look appealing, and be safe! Each year, food safety breaches sicken 48 million people in the United States and, of those, 128,000 are hospitalized and 3,000 die. All employees must work diligently to protect your food, customers, and brand. Prioritize training.

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How to Conduct a Successful Restaurant Audit

Modern Restaurant Management

An audit can also be a powerful tool that can help you improve the financial health and profitabilit y of your restaurant. How to Conduct a Successful Restaurant Audit First, take stock of the following areas of your restaurant business: Cleaning and Sanitation It’s difficult to overstate the importance of sanitation for restaurants.

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Game-Changing Tools for Food Safety Management

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Ensure Compliance with Revolutionary Technology Managing food safety in a global food business requires strict adherence to industry guidelines like HACCP, BRC, IFS, and the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI). Record-Keeping and Documentation : Maintain comprehensive records for auditing and compliance.