Cracking the Code: How and Why Food Safety Regulations Are Made
The U.S. government has a responsibility to protect the safety and well-being of its citizens, which involves ensuring that all food grown, processed, handled, and sold to the public is fit for consumption.
To safeguard the food supply, food safety standards have been developed, regulating bodies have been formed, and there have been marked measures to notify and educate the public on unsafe food practices. Alongside this, vital laws and guidelines have been implemented to preserve the credibility of the foodservice sector and safeguard customers.
While most restaurant leaders are aware that food safety regulations affect their operating standards, foodservice workers might not know why food safety regulations are created and how these decisions directly impact their operations.
In this e-book, we’ll go over:
- A brief history of food safety in the U.S.
- Why food safety regulations are created
- How these regulations affect restaurants
You can access the e-book by clicking here.
Source: National Restaurant Association