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Connecting the Dots
New technology allows quick serves to improve supply chain traceability.
Scaling Food Safety
As quick-service brands scale their business for growth, food safety can become a tricky—but necessary—piece to master.
Their Life Depends On It
Fast casuals cater to customers with food allergies like gluten intolerance through customizable menu options, employee training.
The Low Down on High Chair Cleanliness
Taking care of your youngest customers includes ensuring that high chair surfaces are cleaned and sanitized.
Ensure Ice Safety by Cleaning Frequently, Handling Properly
Ice is considered a food, meaning operators have to make sure it's as safe as drinking water.
Clean Playgrounds Make Happy Parents, Healthy Kids
Ensuring that playground equipment is properly cleaned and sanitized or disinfected is a critical component in providing a safe dining experience.
Be Prepared to Clean and Disinfect Bodily Excretions
Clean and disinfect areas contaminated by bodily excretions to protect the health of guests and employees.
Cracking the Food Safety Code
New initiative uses barcode labeling to fortify food safety and the supply chain.
The Evolution of Food Safety
Increasing use of raw produce has quick-service operators paying closer attention to their food safety efforts.
The Fruit Solution
More quick-serve companies are using fruit to appeal to customers’ desires for fresh, healthy options.
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