When most restaurant owners and chefs think about restaurant food safety, things like meat, fish, and poultry come to mind. While it’s important to keep a food temperature log for things like that, it’s equally essential to ensure safe produce handling within your kitchen.
Tips to Prevent Cross-Contamination in Restaurants
Restaurant food safety should always be a top priority for any commercial food business. When safety comes first in a professional kitchen, the chances of a patron getting sick decrease. You’ll also be better equipped to keep your employees safe and your kitchen cleaner.
Top restaurant and commercial kitchen functions that can be digitized
Digital disruption is sweeping through the restaurant industry (and hospitality in general), thanks to new technologies and new ways of thinking about customer experience.
The business side of temperature monitoring in restaurants.
Temperature monitoring and digital checklists improve more than just food safety and compliance; they also benefit the business side of any restaurant. That can include positive impacts on the operations, productivity, and bottom-line financials of your restaurant in ways you might not ordinarily consider.
When it comes to food safety, local is global.
It’s more important than ever that food safety solutions be able to scale with your organization.
How digital checklists and temperature monitoring can help caterers conquer food safety concerns.
Catering is an increasingly profitable segment of the hospitality industry. According to the CaterSource.com State of the Industry 2017 report, three-quarters of respondents reported that business was increasing. The global contract catering market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4% from 2016-2021, according to Azoth Analytics.