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Celebrate Deli Sandwich Month by serving safe and delicious food

Celebrate Deli Sandwich Month by serving safe and delicious food

Did you know that July is officially Deli Sandwich Month? Check out these helpful tips to keep your employees focused on food safety while serving your customers!

Posted: July 18

Alcohol Service Tips to Keep Guests Safe This Summer

Alcohol Service Tips to Keep Guests Safe This Summer

Summer may be a time for your guests to relax, but your staff can never relax from their responsibility to serve alcohol safely. Here are some tips to consider with summer alcohol service.  

Posted: July 10

Assess and Monitor Suppliers to Reduce Food Safety Risks

Assess and Monitor Suppliers to Reduce Food Safety Risks

Buying from reputable suppliers is a basic step for providing safe food and reducing food safety risks. Ensuring that your operation receives safe food from safe suppliers can also enhance the culture of food safety, improve ingredient consistency and quality, reduce waste, and drive down food costs, according to a recent webinar presented by the National Restaurant Association's Food Safety & Industry Relations department. “Safe Food Begins with Safe Suppliers, Part 2,” outlined how to conduct a supplier assessment and monitor supplier performance.

Posted: June 04

Summer Food Safety Tips for Outdoor Catering

Summer Food Safety Tips for Outdoor Catering
Summer is here and the days of outdoor catering have arrived. It can be an exciting time for your staff—weddings, graduation parties, corporate picnics, and festivals of every variety under the sun. These events can be fun, but they also carry with them special challenges for keeping food safe.
Posted: June 01

Communication is Key to Safely Serving Guests with Food Allergies

Communication is Key to Safely Serving Guests with Food Allergies

Nearly 15 million Americans have serious food allergies, and that number is growing. But these people aren’t staying home. They want to dine out…safely.  If you can accommodate them, they’ll reward your operation’s attention to their food allergies with loyalty and repeat business. 

Posted: May 16

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