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DayMark Safety Systems

DayMark Safety Systems

Established in 1989, DayMark® Safety Systems provides the food service industry with efficient, economical, and innovative labeling, as well as other products and services in the areas of facility safety, employee safety, food safety and technology and support. DayMark revolutionized labeling for federal food code compliance with the introduction of DissolveMark® dissolvable labels; MoveMark™ removable labels; and ToughMark™ repositionable labels. In 2012, DayMark’s direct thermal labeling system was introduced to automate shelf life, food rotation and grab-n-go product labeling – bringing even greater efficiencies and savings to restaurants and commercial food service operators.

DayMark took another step in 2018 with the launch of the MenuPilot® application, supported by the MenuCommand® corporate dashboard and Matt 85™ wireless tablet and Bluetooth direct thermal printer, which delivers a truly affordable, real IoT solution for every food service kitchen. When you Partner with DayMark, The Difference is Night and Day™.

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Safe contact during pandemic can have lasting effects

Building a strong customer experience has long been a driving force for earning customer loyalty—but with the coronavirus pandemic, maintaining a positive customer experience while having little or no physical contact with customers requires restaurant operators to rethink their approach to how they do business.

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Staying safe, staying open: Putting a safety plan into action

With ongoing concerns related to COVID-19, restaurant owners have been forced to rethink how they serve guests as well as how they can ensure the safety of their employees.

As states across the country begin to relax stay-at-home orders, there are considerable variations and no one best approach to reopening restaurants.

TamperSeal labels feature security slits that cause the label to lose its integrity if someone attempts to open the container.

As restaurant food delivery services continue to transform the way people receive their meals, it is imperative for owners to ensure customer safety—and it’s also just good business.

The growth of the delivery market shows a demand for easy meals that go beyond fast food. Restaurants can build rapport with diners, resulting in more orders.

With the rise of restaurant home meal delivery, new online food delivery platforms are competing for customers and offering expanded choices and convenience.

With the surge in popularity of third-party delivery, tamper-evident labels have taken on a more prominent role in the restaurant industry. Here are some key things to know about these labels.

When it comes to restaurants, retail foodservice, and non-commercial kitchens, there’s one vital component of food handling that must be perfected: temperature. But operators already know that. Operat...

Because cuts, lacerations and punctures account for the greatest number of back-of-house injury claims (a reported 22% in restaurants, retail foodservice, and non-commercial kitchens), it’s important ...

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