It’s the essential question facing all operators: What attracts customers to your restaurant, and what keeps them away for good? As we all know, there’s no golden-rule answer.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service is issuing food safety recommendations for those who may be impacted by Hurricane Michael.
Romaine lettuce dominated headlines this spring, when nearly 100 people became ill after eating romaine tainted with E.coli.
A vast majority of Americans say that negative online reviews about restrooms would deter them from visiting a hotel (91 percent) or a restaurant (89 percent), according to a recent survey commissi
In a recent meeting of the Association of Food and Drug Officials (2018 AFDO annual conference in Burlington, Vermont), home food delivery services drew great interest due to potential for home del
PURE Bioscience, Inc., creator of the patented silver dihydrogen citrate (SDC) antimicrobial, responded to the current widespread foodborne illness outbreak associated with romaine lettuce.
During the hot, summer months, going out and enjoying a nice meal with friends and family can be a relaxing experience.
A new survey conducted by Rubbermaid Commercial Products reveals No. 1 concern for chefs about cross contamination is their customers getting sick.