Running restaurants may not require a degree in rocket science, but at least one department at the 75-unit Eat’n Park family-dining chain is taking a NASA-like approach to its work. Bill Moore, director of safety and security for Homestead, Pa.-based Eat’n Park Hospitality Group, said his team borrowed a playbook page from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration as part of a three-pronged strategy to reduce incidences of food adulteration by foreign objects, such as ...
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