FSMA 101: The Must-Know Facts about the Food Safety Modernization Act

The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) is the largest piece of food safety legislation in the last 70 years. What does that mean for you, as a restaurant operator?

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Sponsor: FoodLogiQ


Healthier workplace snack options enabled by Cradlepoint powered kiosks

Cradlepoint IBR600 and MBR1200 provide quick and easy deployment and ensure kiosks remain up and running.

Type: Case Study

Sponsor: Cradlepoint


Digital Display Technology: An Introduction to Digital Signage

Digital signage is a viable and effective communications tool, but companies taking the first step in signage deployment will be much more successful on the playing field if they understand the basics of what digital media is and how it operates. Learn the basics of digital signage and how to make it most effective.

Type: Guide

Sponsor: LG Electronics USA, Inc.


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How to efficiently train your staff about food allergies

Very minute or even trace amounts of a food can cause a reaction in a highly sensitive patient. However, these are often all preventable with the proper education on how to work with food allergies in your kitchen environment.

5 strategies to reassure consumers about food safety

Consumers now hold restaurants to higher standards than ever, forcing brands to reassure them about the safety of their food.

Now trending: Restaurants will continue to make 'cage-free egg' pledges in 2016

Restaurants serving cage-free eggs turned out to be one of this year’s top trends, and it will also be a popular move in the coming year.

Year in review: 6 unforgettable headlines of 2015

Here's a look back at some of 2015's trending topics and stories.

Fast-food breakfast is 'top food story' of the year

Three of this year's top-10 stories revolved around the fast food industry: Domino's new emoji ordering option ranked as No. 7 and the availability of alcohol at fast food locations, such as some Starbucks and Taco Bell locations, came in at No. 9.

Get with the compliance program: A 4-step, mobile process

Formalizing a process isn’t about adding an extra step to bog employees down, it’s about creating a proof point to measure compliance with assorted regulations.

Controlling the supply chain is key to preventing E. coli outbreaks

Just like with any sports team, the food supply chain is only as strong as its weakest link.

Food fight: Industry responds to NYC sodium mandate

As restaurants in New York City prepare themselves to label menu items that contain more than 2,300 mg of salt (the recommended daily limit), the National Restaurant Association is moving forward with its plan to file a lawsuit intended to stop the Board of Health's regulation from taking place.

Black-bun Whopper, green poop, big mess

Many restaurants have been ditching artificial colors, including Panera, Noodles & Company and Starbucks, so it’s surprising that Burger King would actually be adding them.

Sodium under new federal regulation microscope

The New York City Department of Health is leading this charge and proposed in early June that all chain restaurants with 15 or more locations add a symbol next to menu items that contain more than 2,300 mg of salt.

How one restaurant is cutting egg prices

While most restaurants are still passing down higher egg prices to customers thanks to the egg shortage caused by the bird flu, one restaurant has discovered a way to reverse its price hikes.

US House blocks mandatory GMO labeling

On July 23, the U.S. House of Representatives took a measured and bold move to block any mandatory labeling of foods made with genetically engineered crops. The house voted and passed HR 1599, which created the Safe and Accurate Food Labeling Act.

Egg shortage 2015: How is your restaurant coping?

Due to the egg shortage, local and national restaurants have had to improvise when it comes to providing eggs to their customers. Some have had to limit egg offerings, cut back on breakfast hours, embrace egg substitutes and charge more for egg-based products.

Receiving 101: Control and Safety

Whoever is in charge of receiving should follow a standard set of rules in order to maintain the safety of food and ensure you protect your bottom line.

Bird Flu: What restaurants can do to overcome its impact

While financials for publicly traded restaurants remain positive remain positive overall, helped by lower cheese and wheat costs, many operators must still contend the impact of Avian Influenza.

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Consumer awareness of food safety is growing as government regulations tighten. Restaurant operators must also stay aware of food safety issues and provide training to employees. Check out this research center for the latest news and best practices.

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