An ill food handler causes nearly 50% of all restaurant-related outbreaks.
While the study is now a few years old, as reported by State and Federal Environmental Health Specialists:
Many restaurant policies concerning ill food workers do not follow FDA recommendations.
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Have you been to a restaurant and taken leftovers home? Did you leave them in the car for a few hours while running errands? How long did you leave them in the refrigerator before eating that delectable leftover?
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Eight people died and 350 were admitted to a hospital from food poisoning yesterday in the United States. Over 40% of the time it was traceable to restaurants.
While environmental toxins, in our food, may catch attention, the real threat to our food safety, internationally, is microbiological.
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Restaurant Employee Sickness Spreads Disease.
Restaurant Food Poisoning is caused 20% of the time by sick workers.
One of the DiningGrades.com Secret Diner questions is:
“Was the server/cook noticeably ill, have hand cuts, wounds or rashes? “
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