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When a Restaurant Worker is Sick

Oscar Wilde once said: "I want my food dead. Not sick, not dying, dead." When it comes to food, most things are better (and safer, and tastier!) when they are already beyond the land of the living. The complete opposite goes for your restaurant servers, however. When the waiter is sick or--heaven forbid--dying, then the food just isn't going to sit right, dead or ...

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How the FDA is Working to Keep Food Safe

From bad eggs to infected ground turkey to tainted melons, the nation is up to its elbows in bad news about food borne illness. Listeria and E. Coli are household terms thanks to hype from the media. In a sense, this issue merits the sensation because every food borne illness poses a very real danger to anyone and everyone who consumes it. The problem is that there ...

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Raising the Bar for Safety and Sanitation

When it comes to keeping your bar safe and sanitary, it is important to follow appropriate safety and sanitation guidelines for a food service operation. Bars have some specific areas in particular to be aware of, including fresh-cut garnishes, the compartment sink and the abundance of glassware. This month, brush up on the basics of bar safety and sanitation, and ...

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Brush Up on Food Safety Skills This September

September is National Food Safety Education month. With cold and flu season approaching, the beginning of a new school year and general changes around the kitchen, it always benefits restaurants, bars, cafeterias and other food service establishments to take the time to refresh safety skills and brush up on the local health code requirements. Clean the Right ...

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Grilling Safety: Americans are Fired Up to Celebrate Independence

This holiday weekend, keep the flames kissing the food and off the azaleas. The National Fire Protection Association has stated that 1300 fires are started each year from charcoal grills and over 6000 fires are sparked from gas grills. Keep your family, friends and neighbors safe this summer with the following grilling safety tips.

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