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Reap the Benefits of Products Made in the USA

Posted by Josh Kaufman on 3/28/2017 to Ag - GAP
The combination of the recession and cheap prices of foreign-produced items made it difficult to buy local, and many U.S. companies and their employees suffered as a result. However, there is now evidence that the trend is starting to shift. Americans are beginning to take the time once again to seek out products made in the USA as opposed to cheaper alternatives.

Cleaning & Maintenance Tips for Kitchen Equipment

Posted by Josh Kaufman on 3/22/2017 to Food Service
Because kitchen equipment is used frequently, an increased emphasis needs to be placed on cleaning and maintenance. Neglect can put customers and staff at risk due to germs or fire. In addition, costly food waste or equipment failure can occur if proper care isn’t taken.

Biosecurity Measures for Your Farm

Posted by Josh Kaufman on 3/15/2017 to Ag - GAP
Addressing external contamination threats is also known as farm biosecurity, and it consists of several steps to protect both employees and produce.

Reduce Waste by Rethinking Menu & Portion Sizes

Posted by Josh Kaufman on 3/8/2017 to Food Service
Think back to some of your recent events. Were there certain items that many people didn't touch, and did you end up with a lot of leftovers that were ultimately thrown away? If the answer is yes, then you can benefit from rethinking your menu and portion sizes.

Water Capacity Considerations for Portable Sinks

Posted by Josh Kaufman on 3/3/2017 to Ag - GAP
For the decision-makers in charge of purchasing portable sinks, there are many features to consider. One of them is water capacity. Selecting units can become a balancing act between price and meeting the needs of the work crews.
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