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ServSafe Dining Commitment at the heart of Restaurant Revival campaign

Operators who make the commitment are assuring returning customers that the operation is ready for safe on-premise business. 
Photo courtesy of the National Restaurant Association

The National Restaurant Association’s ServSafe Dining Commitment, through which operators can showcase their ongoing commitment to the health and safety of employees and guests, is at the heart of the new Restaurant Revival campaign. 

Operators who make the commitment are assuring returning customers that the operation is following recommended reopening guidance and is ready for safe on-premise business. 

The ServSafe Dining Commitment focuses on four best practices restaurants must follow:
• Adherence to the National Restaurant Association 
Reopening Guidance and/or corporate brand guidelines, which are based on CDC and FDA guidelines. 
• Adherence to the laws and guidelines set by their state and local municipalities.
• Having a minimum of one person per location with a current 
ServSafe Food Protection Manager certification.
• Having 75% of employees trained in the 
ServSafe Food Handler courses and who have gone through the ServSafe COVID-19 Reopening training. Certificates of completion are required.

Participating restaurants are permitted to post the ServSafe Dining Commitment decal at entryways, on menus, websites, apps and in marketing materials.

Make the commitment.

Watch the Restaurant Revival campaign commercial, “Sounds We Crave.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Jsfm9rD32M

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