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Climate Week NYC – September 24th-30th

Climate Week NYC – September 24th-30th

Organized by the Climate Group in coordination with NYC and the United Nations, Climate Week NYC is ...
Food Service Permits: Navigating In NYC

Food Service Permits: Navigating In NYC

When it comes to the rules of food service permits in New York City, the Department of Health ...
Cracking the Health Code

Cracking the Health Code

In knowing what most often catches health inspectors’ attention, restaurants can pay particular ...
Creating a Food Safety Culture

Creating a Food Safety Culture

One of the most important challenges that food service operators face on a daily basis is ...
Rose Acre Farms Egg Recall & Salmonella Outbreak

Rose Acre Farms Egg Recall & Salmonella Outbreak

Rose Acre Farms, one of the largest egg producers in the country, is responsible for a major ...
New Menu Labeling Requirements

New Menu Labeling Requirements

Effective May 7th, 2018, the FDA will require all restaurants and other food outlets including ...
Ice Machines: What Every Food Service Operator Needs To Know

Ice Machines: What Every Food Service Operator Needs To Know

Believe it or not, the FDA defines ice as “food”. As such, ice contaminated by bacteria, mold ...
Stop Sexual Harassment in NYC Act

Stop Sexual Harassment in NYC Act

NYC’s New Sexual Harassment training requirements bill is aimed at preventing sexual harassment ...
Why Do NYC Restaurants Have A Letter Grade System?

Why Do NYC Restaurants Have A Letter Grade System?

The Letter Grade System was enacted to decrease foodborne illness, promote sanitary practices and ...
NYC Uses Review Sites and Social Media Platforms to ID Foodborne Illness

NYC Uses Review Sites and Social Media Platforms to ID Foodborne Illness

Since 2012, the Department of Health has been using a machine learning algorithm jointly created by ...
Food Temperature Violations: Using Time As A Control

Food Temperature Violations: Using Time As A Control

Temperature is a critical violation that is taken seriously by inspectors. Proper temperature is a ...
The U.S. Officially Declares an End to The Leafy Green Outbreak

The U.S. Officially Declares an End to The Leafy Green Outbreak

On January 25th, 2017, after 2 months of investigations, the U.S Centers of Disease Control and ...
Avoid Cross Contamination On Your Cutting Boards

Avoid Cross Contamination On Your Cutting Boards

Recent reports claim that 80% of store bought chicken is contaminated with Salmonella. Yummy! ...
Top Women in Metro New York Foodservice & Hospitality 2018

Top Women in Metro New York Foodservice & Hospitality 2018

As we get set to reflect on 2017 and welcome in 2018, it dawned on us that many of the significant ...
Since When Is “Passing” Good Enough?

Since When Is “Passing” Good Enough?

Growing up in my house, a passing grade was never good enough. Passing meant you just made it, ...
2018 Top Women in Metro New York Foodservice & Hospitality

2018 Top Women in Metro New York Foodservice & Hospitality

Highlighting women in food service, publishers Leslie and Fred Klashman have dedicated the December ...
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