Food safety is a growing concern among consumers. Restaurants can reduce food safety risks in their establishments by implementing technology in these five areas.
According to the outcomes of the study, certain sanitizers are significantly more effective in destroying the norovirus, and all benefit from the addition of a wiping step.
Do not eat, serve or sell FreshKampo or HEB brand organic strawberries purchased between March 5, 2022, and April 25, 2022.
Many restaurants suffer from a lack of visibility into their inventories. Inventory management technology can help them increase transparency and control to become more cost-effective and agile.
COVID-19 changed the way we live, work and play. As part of these changes, onsite dining has declined since the beginning of the pandemic, and many customers are still choosing “to go” meals to eat at home vs. dining out at restaurants. Just as Zoom transformed the way we conduct business meetings from home, ghost kitchens are changing the way we serve guests.
Technology is helping restaurants and grocery stores execute activities from contactless transactions to track, record, and promote their safety policies as never before.
Operators are facing a number of challenges while trying to regain their footing as COVID-19 restrictions wind down. However, there are ways to invest in food safety technology, even while profits are recovering.
The pandemic’s long-term effect on food supply chains is expected to result in increased threats, including fraud, theft and safety issues.
The pandemic has forced restaurants to reimagine their business and ushered in a new frontier in intelligent kitchens.
As restaurants try to survive the COVID-19 pandemic, owners must meet new guidelines to keep guests safe and comfortable. Technology such as the IoT can help restaurant owners keep restaurants safe and sanitary.