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September is National Food Safety Month (With Video)

By Pizza Today


September is National Food Safety Month (With Video)Food safety isn’t a sexy subject, but having a comprehensive food safety protocol can make or break your pizzeria. September is National Food Safety Month (NFSM). This year’s theme is “Avoid a Reaction by Taking Action,” focusing on greater awareness of food allergies. Getting everyone in your operation to adhere to strict food safety standards is not just good business; you are keeping diners safe from serious, sometimes fatal, food allergies.

Check out this National Restaurant Association video about the Big 8 and Cross-contact:

Visit the National Restaurant Association site dedicated to NFSM at http://www.foodsafetymonth.com/ with resources, videos and ways you can get involved with the month’s activities. NRA has also created a new ServSafe program focused on allergens. CLICK HERE to learn more.

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