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ServSafe Food Protection Manager Certification

I am pleased to report that I earned a final grade of an A in my “Food Safety and Sanitation” class. The class culminated with a national certification exam. 171 more words

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Yes, There is a Proper Way to Wash Your Hands

I thought I knew how to wash my hands. I thought I learned that at a very young age. I guess I was wrong.  In my… 406 more words

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Arizona to lead nation in restaurant growth

Will Sowards, Cronkite News February 2, 2015

A new report from the National Restaurant Association predicts Arizona’s restaurant industry will lead the rest of the country in growth this year and will continue to do so for at least the next 10 years. 526 more words

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8 tips for successful takeout service

Tips for successful takeout

Modern living often leaves little time for cooking at home, especially during the week. Restaurant and delivery takeout services offer a welcome alternative to working people and parents who want to relax at home but are hard pressed to make their own meals. 704 more words

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Foods Most Likely to Become Unsafe: TCS Foods

In my “Food Safety and Sanitation” class, we discussed TCS Foods. They are foods that require time and temperature control for safety. Pathogens grow well in these types of foods, so it is important that they are kept at the right temperature for the right amount of time. 277 more words

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Keeping Food Safe - I'm Going to Need More Bleach

As part of my Hospitality Management – Culinary Arts curriculum, I am now taking a class titled, “Food Safety and Sanitation.”  It is a one credit class, and is required of all students in the program. 222 more words

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2015 Restaurant Industry Forecast

The National Restaurant Association has forecasted total restaurant industry sales of $709.2 billion for 2015. This is a 3.5 percent increase over 2014. According to the NRA, 2015 will also be the 16th consecutive year where employment in the industry will be accelerated compared to overall employment growth.   302 more words

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