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Winning with food allergies as a foodservice operator

Going away to college is an exciting time for any student, but for those living with a food allergy it can also be intimidating.

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Arkansas warns foodservice operations to watch out for bogus sanitation inspectors

The individuals are actually con artists looking to shake down eateries for supposed fines, according to the state's attorney general.

The agency, which noted that more than 160 foods are known to cause allergic reactions, is looking to evaluate emerging evidence “in a consistent and transparent manner.”

The Food Donation Improvement Act would keep K-12 schools, colleges and universities, and other institutions from facing civil or criminal liability when direct donations are made in good faith.

The whole red, yellow and white onions were distributed to stores and foodservice establishments in the U.S. by ProSource, the CDC said.

The infection has now sickened 419 consumers in 35 states.

As many Americans have begun the process of returning to work and school—or have already done so completely—places like school cafeterias and other non-commercial foodservice facilities have had to rethink their sanitation practices.

Some kitchens found these methods easier to manage and less costly--but that approach has changed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Cleaning routines are more important than ever as dining rooms reopen across the industry.

FSD got a glimpse into what the foodservice company is doing to shore up diner and staff safety, and what might lie ahead.

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