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How Touchless Technology Helps Promote Food Safety in the Food Service Industry

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Food safety is a significant concern for both commercial kitchen staff and consumers. Touchless technology centered on food safety promotes safe food handling. 

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Raising the ROI for Your Post-Pandemic Restaurant

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People are returning to restaurants, but the reality is that even with a (nearly) full room of tables, restaurants are still recovering from the pandemic’s financial ripple effect. At the same time, this transitional period for the restaurant industry owners/operators considering and implementing changes to respond to the post-pandemic preferences of restaurant customers. In some cases, these changes open up opportunities for long-term savings. Here are some approaches restaurant owners/operators can take to maximize the efficiency of their operations, save money and deliver on diner expectations.

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Case Study: How the Massachusetts Department of Recreation Prepared its Restrooms for a Safer Reopening During COVID-19

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An Unexpected Opportunity

Like most organizations, the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation plans were turned upside down by the arrival of COVID-19 in early 2020. State parks were locked down in the initial phase of the governor’s Stay at Home order before residents were permitted to use the parks again for walking and hiking. However, most of the Department’s facilities, including the restrooms, remained closed to the public.

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