WASHINGTON Clyde’s Restaurant Group likes to make it fun for employees to learn about food safety. The 13-restaurant company holds an annual hand-washing contest with a prize of $1,200 for the winning four-person team. The contest includes a quiz on food safety topics.The latest project focuses on training about illnesses that can be passed from staff to guest, and food allergies.“Two big issues in the industry right now are employee health and allergens,” said Victoria Griffith, ...

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