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Those free bread baskets in restaurants have a dirty little secret

September 20, 2019 by

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by Morgan Cutolo Sometimes the best part about going out to eat is chowing down on the free bread they give you before your meal comes. That is, until your food arrives, and you already feel full. But saving room to enjoy the meal you actually ordered isn’t the only reason you’re going to want […]

Have You Washed Your Hands Lately?

January 13, 2016 by

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by Luis Rivera, Food Safety Education Staff, Food Safety and Inspection Service, USDA Couple watching television at home.The Holidays are now officially over and summer is still too far away to bear. This is the time of year when we are most likely to stay in and binge on some good old-fashioned TV. Sitting at […]

CleanTemp™ A Self Sanitizing Thermometer System

November 7, 2013 by

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Sponsored Advertorial   Corporate chefs  – You must see this.  Increase productivity, regulate sanitation, simplify function, and reduce the risk of human error. Buy CleanTEMP™ today.  As President of US Food Safety Corporation, I have seen many restaurant, institution  and corporate kitchens. There is one constant element. The chefs and restaurant staff are always BUSY. […]

Silversea Cruises issues Statement following Failing Sanitation Grade

July 27, 2013 by

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The inspection by the USPHS on the Silver Shadow on June 17, documenting an unusually low score, has given the Company great cause for concern. At Silversea Cruises we pride ourselves on providing the best quality services to our guests. Since the preliminary report was given to us, a full investigation has been carried out […]