Bellevue School District in King County, Wash., has reduced the instances of life-threatening allergic reactions by 94% since 2013. The success stems from communication.
In recent months, operators have had to stave off more fears than just E. coli. Mumps, flu and hand-foot-and-mouth disease have reared their germy heads in foodservice.
In a word: Yes. But there are two big legal exceptions, says attorney Rob Niccolini. And he warns mandatory flu vaccines might not be a smart idea for operators.
Operators from diverse areas of foodservice are trying these three ways to tackle some mundane yet decidedly important food safety hot buttons.
Allergens can lurk in surprising places throughout a foodservice operation—and sometimes the problem doesn't lie with the FSD, but starts at the supplier.