The Cost of Food Safety

The National Restaurant Association reports the average American family eats out 4-5 times a week. With people dining out more than ever before, restaurants are looking for new ways to serve food faster and more efficiently to their customers. More food, more employees, more menu options, more customers, more costs and…MORE LIABILITIES. Many restaurants do not [...]

By | May 29th, 2018|Food Safety|0 Comments

Labor Costs On The Rise

Entrepreneurs and franchisees have a hefty list of non-negotiable business expenses.  It is imperative to buy supplies, carry insurance, write checks for rent and also pay the inevitable tax bill. The average restaurant or food service establishment spends 20%-30% on labor costs. Business owners are reporting the cost of labor is exceeding the cost of [...]

By | March 20th, 2018|Automation|0 Comments

Part I: Health Inspections of Food Service Establishments

State Health Departments Food safety compliance inspections of food service establishments are performed by local state health inspectors to prevent the possibility of foodborne illness ourbreaks, to educate food service staff about safe food handling practices and basic sanitation requirements, and to enforce food safety regulations. Most food service establishments fear the unannounced inspection. It [...]

By | February 27th, 2018|Restaurant Industry, Uncategorized|2 Comments