Cooking and refrigeration equipment play important roles in the food safety effort at Dennyâ€™s Corp, says Thomas M. â€śMikeâ€ť Starnes, vice president of food safety, quality assurance and brand standards for the Spartanburg, S.C.-based chain of nearly 1,600 family restaurants. Starnes joined Dennyâ€™s in 1981 after working as an educator and football coach. In 1989, he moved from a multiunit supervisory position into research and development, where he implemented then parent company ...
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