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Keeping Restaurants Clean During Busy Holiday Seasons

A busy holiday season can bring many diners through a restaurants doors. During these hectic times, it can be hard to keep up with hungry diners let alone ensuring that everything in the front and back of house stays in order. Check out these restaurant cleaning tips on the webstaurantstore.com site which can help employees maintain […]

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Tip Tuesday: Maintaining Your Spring Clean in Your Restaurant

As stated on the Central Restaurant Blog, keeping your restaurant clean and looking good is essential for ensuring that customers return again and again. According to a spring clean checklist created by Cintas for foodservice operators, offering tips and advice, Spring is the perfect time to do a deep cleaning. Once your cleaning has been […]

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Schedule Regular Times for Refrigerator Deep Cleaning

It’s something we all have to do – clean the fridge. But how deeply and how often do we give it a thorough cleaning? Recently, I came across this article written by Karen B. Gibbs / Today Home outlining a great timeline on the cleaning of refrigerators. Post this handy infographic in a non-visible area […]

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Hep A Facts

Hepatitis A  also called Hep A (formerly known as infectious hepatitis) is a highly contagious liver infection caused by the hepatitis A virus. Hepatitis A is preventable by vaccine. It spreads from contaminated food or water, or contact with someone who is infected. Symptoms include fatigue, nausea, abdominal pain, loss of appetite, and low-grade fever. The […]

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The Complete Guide to Norovirus Prevention and Treatment

What is Norovirus? From the EMETOPHOBIA RECOVERY SYSTEM “Norovirus is the catch-all name for a group of related viruses, all of which affect the stomach and intestines. Norovirus infection causes gastroenteritis, or inflammation of the intestines and stomach. Sometimes, norovirus is referred to as the “stomach flu,” although it is not actually related to the influenza virus. […]

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National Food Safety Month

September is National Food Safety Month. Many businesses in the food industry offer awareness regarding the importance of food safety and the risks of food borne illnesses. Over the past 22 years, the National Restaurant Association’s ServSafe program has produced educational material from its training programs to highlight the importance of embracing and promoting a culture […]