Better Equipment, Better Performance

The famous American writer Louis L'Amour once said, "Some say opportunity knocks only once, that is not true. Opportunity knocks all the time, but you have to be ready for it. If the chance comes, you must have the equipment to take advantage of it." ... Read More

Food Safety 101

With the recent scares of E. coli in Germany and Salmonella in tomatoes from a Florida-based company, consumers are placing food safety at the forefront of their minds. To help prevent foodborne illnesses, more consumers are taking a personal initiative to ensure that their food is safe. As food service professionals, we must practice food safety techniques in our daily tasks and set the bar high for others in the industry. Here are some important things to remember to help keep your food safe and your customers smiling ... Read More

Is That Local Food on Your Customer's Fork?

In the news, social media and numerous menus, you have most likely heard the term farm-to-table. However, we aren’t talking about the food preparation and food safety process that takes place from when food is harvested to the steps before it is served on your customer’s plate. We are talking about the farm-to-table initiative that has swept the nation and encouraged many restaurants, cafeterias and other food service facilities to buy food locally ... Read More

Food Safety - A Top Concern for Foodservice … How Will the Food Safety Modernization Act Affect You?

Approximately 48 million people (1 in 6 Americans) become sick, 128,000 are hospitalized, and 3,000 die each year from foodborne diseases reports the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Salmonella is among one of the leading illnesses that contributes to these alarming numbers. However, foodborne illnesses are largely preventable and with an industry focus on food safety, these numbers can decrease... Read More

What Food Trends Will Your Restaurant See in 2011?

New food and dining trends are emerging all year long. From dining atmospheres to menu options to an increased use in technology, 2011 trends reach every aspect of dining. Restaurants and chefs must stay in tune in order to drive business and offer their customers an exceptional experience. Here are some of the top dining trends for 2011 … Read More

Cross Contamination - Food Safety and Gluten Free
Meeting our customers’ wants and needs, especially when it comes to their health needs, is essential. To better serve our clients, foodservice professionals must continue to pay attention to food allergy concerns as offering gluten-free products is one of the fastest growing segments in the industry.  People who suffer from Celiac Disease are forced to follow a gluten-free diet … Read More

 

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