The Specifier: Food Safety for Local Food, Reducing Risks of Cross Contamination and More

The Specifier from Foodservice Equipment & Supplies

July 26, 2012

Using Industrial Engineering in Foodservice Design to Make Better use of Labor

Labor may be but one component of any foodservice operation but it remains one of the most expensive. Applied correctly, labor can make most any foodservice operation more efficient and help drive sales.

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Food Safety for Local Food

Sourcing locally grown ingredients is a trend that many foodservice operators now embrace. But when using smaller providers foodservice operators will need to take into account how they receive, store and prep ingredients to ensure they run a food-safe business. This article explores a variety of considerations and best practices operators should weigh when sourcing locally produced ingredients.

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When it Comes to Ice Machines, Boring is Beautiful. Join the Movement and learn more at Ice-O-Matic

The Marketplace at SAS Institute Inc., Cary, N.C.

A sleek, open and visually pristine design allows the food at The Marketplace to take center stage and invites SAS customers to relax while enjoying the menu fare.

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FE&S Fields Best in Class Study

There’s still time to make sure your voice is heard in this industry-leading evaluation of foodservice equipment and supplies manufacturers.

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Food Waste Blind Spots

Almost like a celebrity on a red carpet, food waste has begun to receive significant attention within the foodservice industry. This has occurred, in part, as a result of increased interest in foodservice sustainability and early regulatory requirements to remove food waste from landfills in places like Seattle and San Francisco.

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LSRs Continue to Grab Foodservice Market Share

Limited-service restaurants (LSRs) are the driving force behind the commercial foodservice industry, according to a new study by Chicago-based Technomic. LSRs accounted for more than half ($200 billion) of total industry sales despite their low check averages in comparison to full-service restaurants.

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Webcast: Reducing the Food Safety Risks of Cross Contamination

In this hour-long, interactive webcast, held in conjunction with National Food Safety Month, experts will share best practices and their experiences in helping foodservice operators reduce the potential risks associated with cross contamination. Register at the link below to join us on September 25 at 1 p.m. central.

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