Category: Food Safety

Everything Clean and Looking Good: Your Restaurant Cleaning Checklist

Cleanliness and sanitation are really fundamental to keeping your restaurant operating well. Having a restaurant cleaning checklist is the ultimate preparation for a health inspector. Here’s your commercial kitchen cleaning checklist that will contribute to your restaurant’s success. Back Of House Cleaning Checklist A lot of the daily, weekly, and …

Essential School Kitchen Equipment and How to Manage It

When you’re building a school kitchen supplies and equipment list to furnish your school facility, there are quite a few things to consider. A school cafeteria equipment list should include a number of key pieces of machinery and workstation appliances, as well as an adequate volume of utensils, disposables, and …

Kitchen Safety Tips For The Holidays

It might be a uniquely busy time – in fact, it definitely is – but the holiday season is no time to skimp on safety. Why not invest more in making sure that everything that goes on in your kitchen happens without accidents and injuries? Take advantage of these kitchen …

Kitchen Fire Safety 101: Everything You Need to Know

In a professional kitchen, crews have a lot of things to pay attention to and many details to consider before, during, and after each fast-paced table service. Along with all of those decisions about food quality, delegation, and task management, it’s very important for chefs to always consider kitchen safety. …

How to Prepare Your Commercial Kitchen for a Health Inspection

Surprise inspections are unavoidable in commercial kitchens. You should expect to see a local inspector between 1 and 4 times each year, armed with a set of health regulations and food-handling requirements used to grade your establishment. Are you confident that you will pass? Below are a few straightforward ways …

Restaurant Reopening Resource Guide + Checklist

There is a seemingly endless flurry of news, updates, and new regulations for restaurants to follow as the ongoing situation continues to play out. If you live in a state where reopening your restaurant is an option, take the time to read the relevant resources and prepare your staff to …

Food Safety In Restaurants

Food safety in the foodservice industry isn’t optional. If you’ve worked in a restaurant for a while, you might think you know everything about proper food handling and hygiene, but it’s never a bad idea to take a refresher course. There are plenty of smart strategies for handling and storing …

How to Prepare for a Health Inspection

As a restaurant owner, one of the most daunting and trying times can be health inspections. Whether random or scheduled, these inspections can cause immense stress to both you and your staff. In most cases, the inspection officer isn’t there to shut down your business. They come into your restaurant …