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4 Things to Know Before Becoming a Qualified Food Manager in the State of Texas

Good management skills can make or break a business - particularly in the restaurant industry...
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How to Pass Your Forklift Operator Test

Understanding the forklift training & certification process has never been easier...
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How to Navigate Food Allergies in the Restaurant Industry

From childhood to adulthood, food allergies have a wide-range of causes and treatments. And when it comes to your restaurant, they can have far-reaching implications if you don’t currently have an action plan in place...
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4 Ways to Prevent Foodborne Illnesses in School Cafeterias

With the school year in full swing, most schools and Local School Food Authorities (LSFAs) are implementing updates and changes to their food safety programs to ensure maximum safety...
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Tips to Avoid Cross-Contamination in Your Kitchen

According to the Centers for Disease Control, nearly 48 million Americans get sick from a foodborne illness each year, and almost 128,000 are hospitalized annually...
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How to Stay Productive While Spinning Many Plates

Staying productive can be surprisingly difficult, especially when customers are expecting orders quickly during a rush...
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Food Handler Tips to Avoid Flu Season

Whether or not you’re food handler trained, there are many reasons to adhere to safe food handling practices--flu season being one of them...
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How to Prep for Your TABC Exam

As a bartender or food handler, prepping for your TABC exam is difficult. Not only is it one of the most important things you can do for your career, if you work in an establishment that serves alcohol, it’s required by law...
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Why the 5 Second Rule Does More Harm Than Good

If you’ve ever watched the show MythBusters, you might remember the episode where the guys went through the validity of the 5-second rule. The results? The myth was busted so much so that according to the Discovery Channel...
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Passing Your Next Food Inspection: the FDA's Five Red Flags

As a restaurant owner, it can be hard to wrap your head around the best ways to pass food inspections...
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How to Stay OSHA Compliant

After a series of public outcries against workplace accidents and injuries with no legal recourse, the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) was signed into law by President Richard M. Nixon in 1971...
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4 Ways to Go Green in the Kitchen Without Cutting Safety Corners

There is much to be said for water waste in the kitchen. A recent report from CNET shows that as of March 2017, the average person who hand washes dishes can use up to 27 gallons of water in a single load...
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