Restaurant food

Celebrity MasterChef winner Phil Vickery launches new food drive service at No.3 restaurant in Cheltenham – Gloucestershire food

From spiced roasted duck legs to slow-braised beef in red wine, the new service from Celebrity MasterChef winner Phil Vickery offers quality cuisine to be savored at home. Celebrity MasterChef winner and former England rugby captain Phil Vickery is launching No.3, a new catering service in Cheltenham, after postponing plans …

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Choco raises $ 30.2 million for restaurant food supply management, opens D2C chain

Chocolate, a startup that under normal circumstances makes it easier for restaurants to manage and order food supplies, today announced it has raised $ 30.2 million in funding led by Mantle management. This brings the total amount of funding raised by Choco to $ 71.5 million. But, as we all …

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Restaurant food at home? Here’s how to get it

Allta Restaurant in Dublin has launched a subscription service that will allow customers to sign up for weekly food delivery, some of which will require cooking or finishing at home. The offer is posted on allta.ie at noon on Saturday and the first batch will be shipped next week. Boxes …

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Restaurant trends in a post-coronavirus world

With more than half of the world’s population stranded to some extent, people have cabin fever. The restrictions will not be lifted quickly. But, when they are, people scramble to get out and socialize again. When that happens, what restaurant food trends can we expect? Whether it’s a cocktail, a …

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CDC answers questions about takeout and restaurant safety – Twin Cities

During the COVID-19 crisis, how safe is take-out or prepared meals in restaurants? The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has produced a food safety Q&A. Check out some of the highlights: Q: Can I get COVID-19 by touching food, food packaging or food contact surfaces, if the coronavirus was …

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Food safety in restaurants: you are what you serve

February 18, 2020 2 years by Morgan Davis The Center for Disease and Control Prevention estimates that 48 million people in the United States get sick each year from foodborne illnesses. Foodborne illnesses are preventable and minimizing their occurrence is one of the most important aspects of running a restaurant. …

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Olo and BMW team up to order restaurant meals by car

As the restaurant industry continues to seek ways to serve meals off-premises at faster speeds, in-car ordering is an increasingly common approach. BMW is the latest automaker to join this conversation, having just joined with catering technology company Olo to make food ordering available directly from its vehicles. According to …

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Amazon Ends Food Delivery Service to Amazon Restaurant

This is an excerpt from a story delivered exclusively to Business Insider Intelligence E-Commerce Briefing subscribers. To receive the full story and other information each morning, click here. Amazon Cuts Its Amazon Restaurant Service In The US This Month, GeekWire reports. This follows Amazon switch off Amazon Restaurants in London …

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Restaurant food contains more calories than fast food

McDonald’s food contains fewer calories than restaurant meals. [Photo: Getty] Fast food restaurants like McDonald’s, Burger King, and Subway contain less calories compared to the meals of restaurant chains. While we often think of fast food as the pinnacle of ill health, it turns out that consumers are more likely …

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In this local restaurant, the food is “generally very good, sometimes exceptional”

Honeywood is the newest addition to Chef Ouita Michel’s ongoing seminar celebrating regional cuisine with locally sourced foods. She started with the white tablecloth Holly Hill Inn in Midway, which after 17 years remains a favorite spot for special occasions in the region. Other businesses include the more down-to-earth country …

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Prepare to eat at the restaurant at the workplace

Restaurants come to you and use human resources to do so. That was the message of a recent CEO roundtable at a restaurant conference in Chicago, IL, covered by Nation’s Restaurant News. The bottom line is that there is an “accelerated shift” in sales going from store to offsite, which …

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Important Restaurant Food Safety Tips You Should Know

Safety is a priority when handling food. Don’t see it as a chore to appease the health inspector. Food storage and safe handling can keep your customers from getting sick. Whether you’re an industry veteran or just starting out, reviewing these tips can improve your restaurant operations and keep your …

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10 tips to reduce food waste in restaurants

The Food Waste Reduction Alliance reports that restaurants throw away about 85% of their unused food. Simple Order, restaurant inventory management software, provided Small Business Trends with ideas for reducing food waste in your small restaurant. Tips for restaurant food waste Give the leftovers Charities are always on the lookout …

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Culinary trends of restaurants you’ll see on menus in 2018

This year, we’ve spotted plenty of heritage products, artisan cheeses, and poke bowls on restaurant menus across the country. Given that the year is almost over, we had to find out what mouthful the experts predict we’ll summon through Seamless in six months. Thanks to the National Restaurant Association (NRA) …

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How IoT Influences Restaurant Food Safety and Management

The Internet of Things (IoT) is changing the way restaurants do business in 2017. Today, business owners can track products from point of sale to their doorstep using IoT devices which monitor their location and, more importantly, their temperature along the way. These devices help ensure food safety, streamline inventory …

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Many restaurant dishes are still way too salty

Share this Item You are free to share this article under the Attribution 4.0 International license. A review of menu items from 66 of the top 100 restaurant chains shows that while restaurants have low sodium options, the food, especially in the main dishes, is still high. The average American …

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Chipotle Outbreak: How Does Norovirus Get Into Restaurant Food?

The “stomach bug” norovirus is behind the latest outbreak of foodborne illness linked to Chipotle, health officials say. This week, a Chipotle restaurant in Sterling, Virginia, temporarily closed after several customers reported becoming ill with vomiting, diarrhea and stomach pain after eating there. A spokesperson said the restaurant chain suspected …

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3 steps to better food safety in restaurants

The focus on food safety throughout the country’s food supply chain is at an all-time high. Between the health problems of consumers caused by the ingestion of unsafe products and the epidemic of diseases impacting the food supply, it is imperative that operators continue to focus on protecting life and …

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Applebees, Cheesecake Factory tops annual list of restaurant foods with the most calories and fat

HARTFORD – Imagine eating more than the Daily Value of calories or 18 packets of salt in one sitting. You may have done it if you ate at … HARTFORD – Imagine eating more than the Daily Value of calories or 18 packets of salt in one sitting. You might …

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Shaping your restaurant’s food safety defense plan

Increased roles for restaurant managers and voluntary certification programs can be part of your restaurant business’ future foodborne outbreak defense plan. That was the position of three food safety professionals who spoke at the Nation’s Restaurant News 10th Annual Food Safety Symposium, sponsored by Ecolab, held October 4-6 in Newport, …

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Restaurant food is much healthier than fast food

Flickr / Ewan Munro (Reuters Health) – Home cooking remains the best way to control calories, fat, sugar and other nutrients consumed by families, suggests a new US study. Researchers found that eating food in restaurants – whether fast food outlets or better establishments – resulted in increased calories, fat …

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New York salty restaurant food

Edzo’s Burger Bar / Facebook New York could become the first U.S. city to require warning labels on high-salt dishes at chain restaurants, leading campaigns to reduce salt consumption in new territory, health officials said on Tuesday. at the Associated Press. The city’s health ministry will propose Wednesday that all …

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America’s First Restaurant Food Roller Coaster Happens at Sunny Side Up Cafe

(RestaurantNews.com) A seasoned restaurant owner or chain restaurant CEO might think they’ve seen it all in the restaurant business, but a new invention has heads turning and customers talking. Experts at Innovative Restaurant Engineering recently designed and installed the Food Roller Coaster prototype, which is currently patent pending #62/083,795. The …

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Restaurant food safety studies yield disturbing data

In a recent study of restaurant safety practices, 62% of restaurant workers handling raw ground beef with their bare hands did not wash before handling other ready-to-eat foods or cooked ground beef. That was just one of many statistics brought to light by a series of studies of restaurant food …

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CDC finds loopholes in restaurant food safety systems

A series of studies released this week by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and its partners highlight widespread shortcomings in restaurant food safety systems, such as the risky handling of ground beef and chicken and cold temperatures. too hot shipping for leafy greens. At the same time, …

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7 steps to ensure restaurant food safety

From left to right: Peter Lipke and Greg Orman of Ecolab with Arturo Zarate of Guckenheimer Collaboration – both within catering companies and with suppliers and industry peers – is crucial to ensuring a safe farm-to-fork food supply, agreed participants at the Eighth Annual Food Safety Symposium. food security event …

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Why Arby’s is so low in the restaurant food chain.

Some companies weathered the recently ended recession with flying colors. In the fast food business, we argued, McDonald’s was a winner. But in an age of shrinking consumer spending, business has often been a zero-sum game. In every sector, it seems that if there is a winner, there must be …

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