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Customers Crave Color and Why Unicorn Craze May Never Die

Customers Crave Color and Why Unicorn Craze May Never Die

Food presentation is calculated by many factors that don’t actually correlate with taste…or do they? Assuming your customers aren’t eating their meal blindfolded and the fact that most patrons carry Instagram-re... Read More

Fact or Fiction: What You Need to Know About Bleach

Fact or Fiction: What You Need to Know About Bleach

Sodium hypochlorite, commonly called bleach, remains the most studied and proven disinfectant to date. It has played a critical role in helping to protect public health by killing disease-causing pathogens. Bleach has... Read More

Survey says: Convenience Stores to See Jump in Summer Sales

Survey says: Convenience Stores to See Jump in Summer Sales

Convenience-store operators are optimistic that sales will heat up this summer, led by continuing growth of food, beverage and healthier snacking options at their stores, according to a NACS Retailer Sentiment Survey.  ... Read More

MRSA Superbug’s Resistance to Antibiotics is Broken

MRSA Superbug’s Resistance to Antibiotics is Broken

  From superbug to… bug. Newly discovered chemical compounds can make MRSA bacteria vulnerable to the antibiotics they normally resist, restoring the old drug’s former powers. Methicillin-resistant Sta... Read More

Best Practices: How to Stop the Spread of Infections in Dental Offices, Labs

Today’s dental practices need environmental infection prevention strategies that can address a range of threats, from bloodborne pathogens like viral hepatitis to multi-drug resistant organisms such as methicillin-resi... Read More

Foodborne Outbreaks Could Be Prevented If Sick Employees Are Given Adequate Time Off

A new study conducted by researchers at Johns Hopkins University’s Bloomberg School of Public Health’s Global Obesity Prevention Center shows that a foodborne illness outbreak can cost a restaurant up to $2.6 million... Read More

Food Safety + Food Quality = Peace of Mind

Food Safety + Food Quality = Peace of Mind

In today’s highly regulated and potentially litigious society, small and large operators need to take every reasonable precaution possible to protect their business reputation and the health and well-being of their cus... Read More

Fighting germs in the laundry

Fighting germs in the laundry

When it comes to fighting germs a popular but often overlooked culprit is the laundry. There have been many studies that show just how susceptible washers and dryers are as a gathering place for germs. The best was a... Read More

Sanitation is Not Simply an Added Cost

Sanitation is Not Simply an Added Cost

With the potential for a single foodborne outbreak to result millions of dollars in lost revenue, fines, lawsuits, legal fees, insurance premium increases, inspection costs and staff retraining, all food businesses need ... Read More

New Coating Kills Germs on Hospital Surfaces with Light

New Coating Kills Germs on Hospital Surfaces with Light

It’s well-known that a hospital stay can be as life-threatening as most medical conditions that might send you there. Healthcare-associated infections (HAI) are common, with about one hospitalized person out of every 2... Read More

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