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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 […]

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Get a Head Start on Fall Cleaning and Decluttering

The summer season is quickly coming to a close. Time to get things in order for the upcoming fall season. Introduced Spring 2016, this handy chart is designed to help focus your efforts on major areas that need some cleaning attention this fall. Happy Fall Cleaning & Decluttering! Don’t forget to purchase some sturdy cleaning tools […]

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Griddles: Cleaning and Seasoning

With their large flat surface and because they have an ability to apply even heat across the surface of the food placed on them, commercial griddles offer many benefits for busy kitchens. To ensure that you get the most out of your griddle, it is important to clean and season them well. In today’s infographic, […]

Cleaning Chemicals and Tools for a Commercial Kitchen

In the Food service industry, many restaurants face unique challenges in keeping commercial kitchens as clean as possible. Often generating high volumes of traffic, kitchen managers face keeping the kitchen clean multiple times during the day (and evening). For most food service businesses, cleaning is generally divided into front of house and back of house. […]