Why Your Restaurant Should Make the ServSafe Dining Commitment
Good food safety and hygiene practices are key for restaurants to begin the recovery process. The National Restaurant Association’s new ServSafe Dining Commitment is one way for restaurants to establish trust with patrons. On this episode of Order Up, we’re talking to Sara Bray of the National Restaurant Association and Roy Hinojosa of Golden Corral about how restaurants can join, and benefit from, the ServSafe Dining Commitment.
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