Daphne’s Greek Cafe puts a major emphasis on self-inspection for food safety and sanitation. Each month, all 80 of the California-based chain’s units are visited by an area manager. That individual, who is responsible for eight to 10 restaurants, walks through the restaurant with the unit’s general manager to evaluate equipment, cleanliness, and safety measures.The area managers fill out a checklist that is then reviewed by corporate management, said Sean Allameh, director of ...

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