If you are considering how to reduce your restaurant expenses, be careful about eliminating or downsizing your food safety budgets. Food safety tools and training are necessary to the running of a successful foodservice business. Think of your food safety budget as insurance—by implementing food safety training, you will be proactive rather than reactive. In today’s economy, you may be struggling with your expenses, but what would happen if your restaurant was implicated in a foodborne ...

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