In a recent case, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a warning against the use of sanitizer that contains the active ingredient chlorhexidine gluconate, or CHG. This substance is a component of many antibacterial wipes. According to the FDA, “chlorhexidine is a known cause of bacterial resistance and resistance to other antibacterial compounds. CHG is also an irritant and can cause allergic reactions.
We’ve all been there. You’re out for a night on the town, having a few drinks and you discover that your chef is running a few minutes late with his food. There’s no smoking in the restaurant. You think, “Oh, I’ve got to run into the bathroom for a quick wash.” But then you discover there’s no such thing as a “quick wash.” Your best bet is to find someone who can get the job done right.
The city of Las Vegas has a new food safety program. As part of this citywide public education campaign, the city is holding a free food sanitation event, which provides restaurants with an opportunity to participate.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has released an interim guidance that will go into effect on March 15, 2018, that will require restaurants to comply with specific sanitation procedures in all phases of food preparation. The agency expects restaurants serving up to 1,000 people, to implement the regulations within a year.
Food sanitation rules require restaurant To use the restroom. Bathroom in-house. Clean water. Clean kitchen. All food and utensils must be sanitized prior to use.
We’ve all had that moment where you need to make a call and someone is asking you what to put on the bill and you don’t know what to say. That’s when you need to step in and say “no”. It’s time to put our collective foot down and say “no”.
Every restaurant should have a person at the front desk to stand directly in front of the food counter. If that person is not there, the food will get cold. If the guests are eating their food at the end of the counter, the food will get cold.
The rules governing food and drink served in restaurants are strict. You can expect that your customers will be made aware of what’s on your menu. It is also important to observe these rules because they are meant to protect the health and safety of people who dine there.
Food sanitation is an important concept which means you have to take care of your food the right way. Food sanitation is needed to avoid food contamination, spoilage, and contamination of food because there are often bacteria on food that can cause illnesses.
Food sanitation rules require everyone to comply with the following rules. The first rule is that you can’t eat raw food. You cannot eat it raw or it must be cooked.
The food sanitation rules require someone at your restaurant to: 1. Use food to feed human beings. 2. Wash food and containers before serving to humans. 3. Serve the food in the same manner as it was served to humans. 4. Wash utensils and bowls before serving to humans. 5. Use only foodservice and restaurants that have a written food sanitation policy and comply with federal food safety laws. 1. Use food to feed human beings.