The best way to handle an outbreak of food poisoning is to never have one at all. Here are a few tips to help minimize the risk of a food-related illness occurring in your establishment.
There are eight ways that every restaurant can store foods properly in order to assure food safety.
Learn how to properly thaw, cook and reheat food items to make sure they spend as little time as possible in the food Danger Zone.
Learn how to choose between wood and plastic cutting boards, as well as how to handle them, when to replace them, and how to use them as safely as possible.
The FDA provides valuable resources for your commercial kitchen. Learn how to access these free and useful tools for your restaurant.
Food contamination can occur anywhere along the food supply chain, but that doesn't help a restaurant save face when they serve contaminated food to a customer. Restaurants need to monitor where their food comes from in order to prevent contaminated food from ever entering their establishment.
Keep Salmonella Enteritidis off the menu and learn how to safely store, prepare and serve eggs in your restaurant.
Food safety apps allow you to receive the latest information on industry updates that can affect your restaurant.