Marketing Strategy Tips for Food Service Managers

Marketing Strategy Tips for Food Service Managers

Foodservice managers have a lot on their plate, from food safety training to scheduling to ensuring that they have enough inventory to meet their guests’ needs without waste. That leaves very little time for Minnesota food service managers to create marketing strategies to bring in new business. This week, we have three quick and easy Read more about Marketing Strategy Tips for Food Service Managers[…]

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Keeping Food Protection Equipment Operational in the Heat

The hot summer months can be taxing on food safety managers and their employees, but we often ignore the fact that excess heat impacts your equipment as well. As we all know, equipment failure causes a loss of revenue and poses a risk to the safety of the food you serve. This week we’ll take Read more about Keeping Food Protection Equipment Operational in the Heat[…]

ServSafe and Salmonella on Papayas

ServSafe and Salmonella on Papayas

At Safe Food Training, we keep a close eye on food-borne illness outbreaks in the news and are finding more and more salmonella cases as a result of tainted produce. The most recent salmonella outbreak to hit the United States has come as a result of contaminated papayas imported from Mexico. While Salmonella is most Read more about ServSafe and Salmonella on Papayas[…]

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The Safe Food Act and Streamlining National Food Safety

Currently, the responsibility of food safety oversight of food products imported, grown and produced in the United States is split between 15 different agencies. In late June, Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL) and Rep. Rosa DeLauro (D-CT) have once again introduced their Safe Food Act, a bill that aims to streamline federal food safety operations by Read more about The Safe Food Act and Streamlining National Food Safety[…]