HOSPITALITY AND FOOD SERVICE
Food safety is important, but it can be hard to keep up with meeting customer expectation of cleanliness and food safety.
Olive Ridley offers a range of products that help you maintain the cleanliness and safety of your kitchen. We have everything you need for a safe kitchen.
By maintaining proper hygiene in food preparation areas, you can prevent the spread of micro-organisms and reduce food-borne illnesses. Not only is having a clean kitchen safe for people to eat in but it also reduces any chance that anyone might get sick from eating something contaminated with harmful chemicals or microorganisms. Cleaning agents are vital tools in ensuring public safety when handling foods. It is because they help kill off germs on surfaces used while cooking. It also makes sure there’s no way left for these dangerous microbes to form which causes food-borne illness.
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The kitchen is the heart of any restaurant so it’s important to maintain good hygiene practices. The area can quickly become a hotbed for bacteria if proper cleaning and sanitation are not used because food operations take place there.
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This helps to prevent cross contamination issues during food preparation. Separating the Serving and other areas from the kitchen is a great way of preventing cross contamination issues with food processing.
All foods have the potential to cause food borne illness, and milk and dairy products are no exception. Dairy animals may carry human pathogens that they then pass on via their milk, which can increase how likely it is for you or someone else near you to get sick from consuming a tainted product.
To ensure the safety of dairy products, it is necessary to properly clean and sanitize equipment as well as the surrounding environment. Manual or automatic cleaning systems may appear fail-proof but improper chemical usage protocols can lead to undesirable outcomes.
The Coronavirus is so wide-spread that if one of your employees tests positive for it, you should already have a response protocol ready and then minimize as much downtime as possible. When an employee tests positive for COVID-19, you should be prepared to immediately implement a response protocol.