Wingstop Restaurants Inc. has a laser focus on food safety. The motivation is strong since its star product, chicken wings, comes in fresh to each of the Dallas-based chain’s 300 restaurants. Safe handling is essential for raw chicken to avoid cross contamination with other products, according to food safety experts.From twice-hourly temperature checks to stringent requirements for hand washing, Wingstop has developed procedures that all of its restaurants are required to ...
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