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World Food Safety Day Roundtable

Modern Restaurant Management

The United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization and World Health Organization designated “Food Safety: Prepare for the Unexpected” as the theme for World Food Safety Day (June 7) 2024. For additional World Food Safety Day resources, visit WHO , UN or the FDA.

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IoT Is Revolutionizing The Way Restaurants Operate and Manage Food Safety

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Integrating IoT devices and connectivity drives efficiency, enhances food safety, mitigates risks, increases transparency, reduces waste, and provides many other benefits for restaurants. The numerous, significant benefits of using IoT in the restaurant industry include: Enhancing food safety. Did you know that U.S.

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Is Your Ghost Kitchen Haunted by Food Safety Breaches?

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The restaurant industry is still dealing with pandemic-related issues, including supply chain disruptions, new COVID variants and surging cases, labor shortages, rising prices, and a shift in consumer demand. Make food safety and customer reassurance a priority to create a brand that customers (and employees) trust and support.

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Safety Training and a Strong Safety Culture: The Recipe for Mitigating Restaurant Risk

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As the focus for restaurants continues to center on growing and staffing up, safety training can sometimes get lost in the mix or ratcheted down to cover only topics related to compliance with regulations. That won’t cut it in an industry that faces major risks associated with employee injuries and food safety.

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How to Improve Restaurant Operations: 9 Proven Strategies

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Improving your restaurant operations to succeed in this highly competitive industry means serving quality food and providing excellent customer service while minimizing waste, reducing costs, and keeping your employees engaged. This is where developing a comprehensive restaurant operations plan comes in.

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Building a Culture of Consistent Foodservice Safety

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Professionals in the restaurant industry are acutely aware of the importance of food safety, but its day-to-day implementation continues to be a challenge. Research shows that out of two million restaurant inspections between September 2022 and 2023, handwashing was the most common FDA food code violation (six percent), and 5.6

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How to Train Your Restaurant Staff When It Comes to Food Safety

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million food workers. This scale of operation only seems to be on the rise, with the projected number of restaurant employees expected to grow to 17.2 These can range from food quality complaints to food safety lapses and their consequences. The Importance of Food Safety Training.