food safety

Why Your Virginia Restaurant Should Consider Food Rotation Labels

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As we discussed before, making health inspectors happy is accomplished by fulfilling a complete checklist of considerations. According to Alexandra, Virginia Environmental Health Technical Specialist, Michele Howard, a lack of managerial control is the number one issue restaurants face in the Washington, D.C. area. If personnel, labor, and oversight are import issues, then the process […]

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Pepperoni 101: A Look at the History and Popularity of Pepperoni

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According to a study by Convenience Store Decisions, pepperoni is by far America’s favorite pizza topping. In fact, close to ¼ of a billion pounds are consumed on pizzas annually. (Yes, that’s billion with a “b.”) Pepperoni is consumed on approximately 36 percent of all pizzas that are ordered. But what is pepperoni, and why […]

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Energy Efficient Equipment Washington D.C.

How to Find Rebates for Using Energy Efficient Equipment in Your Washington, DC Restaurant

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Using energy efficient equipment in your commercial kitchen or restaurant can obviously produce long-term cost savings, but it can also produce short-term gains, as well.   For Washington, D.C. owners looking to capitalize on the growing green movement and its associated benefits, researching and applying for energy efficiency rebates such as Energy Star Rebates can […]

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