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Showcase cleanliness to reassure diners as they return to restaurants

Where consumers may have been looking for an exciting menu or great atmosphere as their only needs when choosing where to dine, they may now be looking for other things, such as tables with more distance between them, staff wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) or visible cleaning schedules.


Shift to off-premise dining creates new opportunities—with same need for safety

As the demand for off-premise dining continues to grow, operators need to make adjustments to ensure customers are receiving the same level of quality and safety they would if their meal were consumed in house.

Operators share the same concerns as their customers, and it is up to them to ensure that the food they prepare for their customers is delivered undamaged and safe.

The best practices address such additional areas as ventilation and the latest scientific indications on wearing masks.

Nothing is more important in the restaurant industry right now than guest and staff safety.

Many are leaning on technology for its ability to reduce human contact and human error.

Each week of September delivers the best tips, tricks, advice, and education in key areas of food safety.

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused just about everybody to become hyperaware of cleanliness, and restaurant-goers are no exception.

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