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Experts share food safety best practices to keep restaurants, customers safe

Restaurant food safety practices and procedures are no longer just the realm of supply chain executives or back-of-the-house employees. Learn tactics from the experts to help keep your restaurant and customers safe in this article from RestaurantNews.com written by Sarah E. Lockyer.

Food safety has become top of mind for consumers, and [...]

6 Thanksgiving Food Safety Tips

MenuMax wants to wish you and your family a healthy & Happy Thanksgiving!

The¬ National Restaurant Association (NRA) estimates that more than 30 million Americans enlist the help of restaurants for their Thanksgiving feast by dining out or using takeout, but cooking at home remains widely popular. Preparing that meal safely will [...]

September=National Food Safety Education Month

September is National Food Safety Education month. Though safe food practices should be top of mind for restaurant operators every day of the year, this month long campaign is meant to encourage operators to ‚Äúdemonstrate their dedication to food safety‚ÄĚ.

This years campaign is titled, ‚ÄúLessons Learned from the Health Inspection‚ÄĚ, and is [...]

New Regulation to Increase Food Safety

By: Nicole Reed, Communications Manager, MenuMax

With all the news about the current E. Coli outbreak I thought it would be a good time to talk about food safety. No diner wants to worry about becoming ill from food they eat while enjoying a meal out, so it is imperative that restaurant [...]

Is fresh produce driving your inventory costs up? Here are a few suggestions.

By Katya Baxter, Nutritionist, MenuMax.com

Meeting consumer demand for healthier menu options often means expanding your produce inventory. And we all know how expensive it can be, especially when we are talking ‚Äėorganic‚Äô and ‚Äėout of season‚Äô.

Let’s look at some of the ways you can draw the most value out of your [...]