It is often said that if you have your head in the clouds, you are considered a dreamer, or someone who has their mind on something other than the topic at hand. As It turns out being in the cloud is no longer reserved for the flighty, but rather the sophisticated. Everyone is in the clouds these days, with their web sites, movies, music, photos, videos and every other piece of personal or professional data. The cloud offers ways to transfer and store files only a dreamer could think possible, and it has become a true revolution in how we manage our data.
No matter how much training you provide your employees, the reality is mistakes happen. We are all human and even with the best of intentions we can all make an error at any moment. When it comes to food in particular, restauranteurs know they hold the health of their customers in their hands, literally, so every mistake counts.
It was reported recently that a favorite fast casual comfort food restaurant in Virginia landed 4 critical violations which included handling raw meat, then immediately other foods, without washing their hands in between. The establishment corrected the violation the same day and the corporate office followed up ensuring quality control standards were being met. Luckily, no one was affected by the error.
Chicago’s National Restaurant Association Show (NRA 2012) was a tremendous success for CloudClean! For our days it was non-stop meeting, and eating.
Booth, after booth, after booth, after booth was filled with purveyors, chefs and even food gadget innovators offering up their foods for a tasting, and food demonstrations. Every bite offered was more delicious than the last. It was a feast for the eyes and the taste buds, and with 1,800 exhibitors and tens of thousands of visitors, there was something for everyone.
Hey you food industry pros! If you didn’t get a chance to visit us at NYC’s International Restaurant Show you must see us at this weekend at the National Restaurant Association (NRA) Show in Chicago, McCormick Place Booth 6866, May 5th through May 8th. Why, you ask? Because we are revolutionizing how the food industry is managing hand hygiene monitoring, and you do not want to be the last to learn about it.