COVID-19 has seen the requirements for foodservice cleaning shift. Naturally, restaurants and other facilities in this sector have always had to be particularly sanitary. But, in the time of increased focus on infection prevention and control, both operators and suppliers have had to up their game. The scope of foodservice cleaning and disinfecting measures is […]
A sustainable approach to integrated pest control and management protects restaurants and other facilities most effectively.
Technomic lifts the lid on what’s to come by assessing 5 Canadian foodservice trends we should expect in 2021.
Nutrition For Non-Nutritionists assesses five growing food industry trends and innovations that could impact the next five to 10 years to come.
Communicating cleanliness to patrons has never been more important than in this global pandemic. By Tom Nightingale It sounds strange to say it during an ongoing pandemic, but we’re arguably already living in a cleaner world. COVID-19 has brought a renewed focus on cleaning, disinfecting, and infection control and one quantifiable way to show that […]
Ontario is setting an indoor capacity limit at restaurants, bars and other food and drink establishments to the number of patrons who can maintain a physical distance of at least two metres from every other patron, to a maximum of 100 patrons.
Canadian food service operations have faced numerous challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic. Consulting firm fsSTRATEGY outlines some takeaways.
In the 2020 climate of COVID-19, some sustainable food service practices, while in some cases long-established, are not practical.
How COVID-19 has been especially hard on vulnerable communities, according to Chef Divakar Raju of Delmanor retirement living.
By Alice Sinia, PhD As spring approaches, that means active pest season is right around the corner too. Before it gets here, you want to be sure that your pest management program is as effective as possible. Even with the best of programs focused on proactive, preventive maintenance, sanitation and ongoing monitoring, there are still […]