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Interview with Kevin Freeborn

2020-03-25 2:19 PM

Interview with Kevin Freeborn
An interview about food safety in the new age of coronavirus. Ideas about taking advantage of food safety training and practices to ensure your customers, employees and operators are confident during times of great uncertainty. Read More
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Simple Certification for Food Handlers

Need An Easy Way to Get Your Businesses Food Handlers Certified?

Having certified food handlers is the only way for your foodservice business to avoid the risk of reputation damage brought on by failed health inspections and causing customers to develop foodborne illness or food poisoning. In the majority of Canadian provinces and territories, businesses are required by law to hire staff with proper food handler certifications.


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How Restaurants Can Reduce Food Waste

How Restaurants Can Reduce Food Waste

In 2018, it was reported that Canada was one of the world’s leading food wasters, with 396 kilograms of food being wasted or lost every year. In comparison, two of Canada’s largest neighbours, the United States and Mexico, lose up to 415 kilograms and 249 kilograms respectively. The vast majority of this waste is produced by consumers, and a number of factors lead to high waste including large portions, buffets, imperfect produce, and non-standardized expiry dates.
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How to Develop and Reinforce Safe Food Handling Behaviour With Food Safety Training

 

How to Develop and Reinforce Safe Food Handling Behaviour With Food Safety Training

If a health inspector finds problems with a food service business, one of the standard recommendations is that food safety courses be taken by management and employees. There are several online options to choose from and evaluating them can be daunting for a time-starved manager.
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Rodent Control and Food Safety in a Food Service Business

Rodent Control and Food Safety in a Food Service Business

A large rodent inside a Vancouver 7-Eleven beverage cooler made the news in July after being photographed and filmed by customers. This comes just four months after a March incident where a rat was found in a customer’s bread bowl at a Vancouver chowder restaurant. These recent incidents have reinforced the importance of food service businesses knowing how to prevent and control rodents, and how they affect food safety in these establishments.
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