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Server Tip: Hands Off
Don't place your thumb on the edge of the plate.
When it comes to food safety, there are so many rules you have to learn to keep customers safe. But while most food safety practices take place back in the kitchen, there is one rule that takes place right in front of the guests: no bare hand contact. This rule, for the most part, is […]
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Clean Hands Carl Cartoon
Clean Hands Carl Cartoon
Food Safety Reminder: Remember to wash your hands whenever they become contaminated. Even seemingly harmless activities—such as scratching your shoulder or moving a lock of hair behind your ear—can cause contamination. Download Image: Clean Hands Carl Cartoon
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Server Tip: Welcoming Your Guests
Restaurant Host
Your interactions with guests are important. The most important interaction, however, may be the very first: greeting your guests. Making guests feel welcome goes a long way towards making their dining experience a good one. Use a polite and friendly greeting when a guest walks in or pulls into the drive-through. For example, you could […]
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Job Profile: Food Service Manager
Food Manager in the kitchen.
Food service managers have an array of responsibilities both in and out of the kitchen. Essentially, they are responsible for all operations of the restaurant or of a similar establishment that prepares and serves food and beverages to customers. As such, managers typically work long hours, anywhere from 12 to 15 hours a day resulting […]
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Happy New Year: A Year Dedicated to Food Safety
Happy New Year!
It’s a New Year, and with a New Year comes new resolutions. So, what will you resolve to do differently this year? How about trying something that you maybe hadn’t thought of before, something that will protect both you and your loved ones: keep food safe. In an average year, about 48 million Americans become […]
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