Being Bilingual Works Wonders for your Brain and your Bottom Line.

Hello, Hola, Tere and Hallo! The food service industry employs 14.7 million workers and a large majority of these workers have limited proficiency in English or (LEP). We discuss this in detail in last week’s blog, check it out here. That’s A LOT of people. Ineffective communicating in restaurants and food establishments can result in safety [...]

By | January 22nd, 2018|Restaurant Industry, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Food Safety, Health and Pest Control

Pests are able to spread germs by simply touching food/food contact surfaces. A Pest outbreak could be devastating not just to consumer health but a business reputation and bottom line. The key to proactively protecting food establishments is to train employees on a formal pest management program. Protect Your Bottom Line Sanitation is a top [...]

By | January 2nd, 2018|Pest Control|0 Comments

Removal and Transfer of Viruses on Food Contact Surfaces

Studies show that norovirus is the primary cause of foodborne disease outbreaks reported in the US causing 5.5 million illnesses each year. Economically, norovirus cost approximately $625 per case equivalent to $3.7 billion each year with respect to food borne illnesses attributable to norovirus. Norovirus may be transferred via person to person or indirectly by [...]

By | October 31st, 2017|Food Safety|0 Comments