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Top Food Safety News

Francine L. Shaw Pens Food Safety Book

What the hell is happening here? From mystery meat in chemical buckets and mouse prints in soda syrup to tears in a parking lot and threats of being shot, “Who Watches the Kitchen?” takes readers on a rollicking, astonishing journey through the hidden truths of the foodservice industry. Each year, 48 million people get sick […]

Aspen Institute’s Food & Society Program, Rouxbe Release Free COVID Safety Course

As cities and states across the country resume indoor dining, the Delta variant picks up speed, and mask guidance remains inconsistent, the Aspen Institute’s Food & Society Program is partnering with Rouxbe to release a free online training course that promotes safe restaurant dining for both customers and staff, including guidance on vaccinations. This training program, supported by the […]

The Winery Restaurant & Wine Bar Welcome Guests with Upgraded Experience

With the reopening of indoor dining in Orange County, The Winery Restaurant & Wine Bar welcomes guests with upgraded dining rooms equipped with advanced ultraviolet air disinfection. The Winery Restaurant team partnered with Southern California-based Going Green NRG to utilize UV technology to eliminate airborne pathogens, bacteria and viruses.  “We turned to proven technology to improve our guest experience and […]

ServSafe Expands Training and Certification Options

ServSafe, the National Restaurant Association’s premier food safety training brand announced the expansion of its training and certification ecosystem to include online (remote) proctored exams to better meet the needs of the industry. This addition allows for foodservice workers to access needed or required testing in the way that works best for their schedules and […]