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The Importance of Equipment Maintenance

Posted by Josh Kaufman on 8/30/2016 to Food Service
Food service professionals use a variety of tools to prepare and serve their culinary creations. The tools of the trade range from utensils like knives and spoons to appliances like ovens and refrigerators. Equipment maintenance is important for multiple reasons, all of which impact the livelihood of the business.

Managing Farm Biosecurity

Posted by Josh Kaufman on 8/23/2016 to Ag - GAP

It’s critical to consider all possible farm biosecurity risks, which include people, animals, and machinery. You should not only have preventative procedures in place but also a response plan in the event of an outbreak.

Thorough Handwashing – Simplified!

Posted by Josh Kaufman on 8/16/2016 to Food Service
It seems straight-forward, but handwashing doesn’t refer only to the hands. In addition, there are not always convenient amenities at certain locations. The purpose of this article is to present simple solutions that caterers and other on-location food service professionals can utilize to ensure they are always practicing proper hygiene.

Tips for Effective Direct Marketing

Posted by Josh Kaufman on 8/9/2016 to Ag - GAP
GAP requirements aren’t limited to typical day-to-day operations. They cover unique events that take place both on and off the farm as well. This post will provide sanitation and hygiene tips to ensure you have safe and successful direct marketing events. 

Proper Food Storage Techniques

Posted by Josh Kaufman on 8/2/2016 to Food Service
Proper food storage is important for a variety of reasons, but the most notable are food safety and cost savings. Storing food improperly can cause it to spoil or get exposed to contaminants. This takes money out of the business owner’s pockets and, if unnoticed and served to consumers, can cause a public health crisis.
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