Protecting a Brand’s Food Safety Image: Responding to Alleged Poisonings

It’s going to happen!
Someone you know will get food borne illness from eating at a restaurant this year.

If you are in restaurant management, some of your customers will get food borne illness from eating at your restaurant this year.

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Challenges of Health Department Inspections – Cop or Teacher

The first time I was ever stopped by a policeman was for automotive speeding. I grew up in a small town and the officer knew me from church. He also knew I had made a mistake. He could have given me a ticket but he chose to be a teacher.

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Restaurant Grading is Difficult to Find and Understand

In my last blog, I discussed the importance of restaurant grading in improving food safety and reducing food borne illness. While many municipalities and states post grades, the data can be difficult to find. Some of the data is variably housed on a city, county, regional, or state website. The team at Dr. Stueven’s Dining Grades have spent countless hours looking for these very important links. Unfortunately, some states and/or large municipalities apparently believe this to be confidential data and don’t display it. If you are choosing a place to dine in familiar territory, you may have a better idea what the food safety grades are, but if you are traveling and want to find a food safety rating from an unknown municipality site, it can be considerably harder!

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