New Platform Features Helpful Food Safety Tools and Insights for Foodservice Operators
FoodHandler, Inc., a leading developer and supplier of high-quality food safety solutions, has enhanced its website, www.FoodHandler.com, to help foodservice operators promote safe food handling environments and stay current on food safety best practices.
“The foodservice environment is ever-changing, and our customers need immediate access to information that will help them better manage their operation. As the leader in food safety-related products, our new website will provide our customers with timely, relevant content regarding all aspects of their business.”
FoodHandler.com includes a variety of free tools that are easy to access and download. The new instructional videos and food safety signs help foodservices operators train and communicate food handling best practices to their employees. A new product selection tool recommends the proper product to use based on the application. FoodHandler.com also features the complete line of FoodHandler gloves, bags and apparel, including a new downloadable product catalog.
Additionally, the mobile-optimized website features convenient access to the latest food safety research and information. In the new FoodHandler.com blog, leading foodservice industry experts share their perspectives on food safety technology and best practices. Foodservice operators can also sign up to receive industry briefs via ENGAGE™, FoodHandler’s free monthly e-newsletter, and register for complimentary SafeBites™ webinars for more in-depth training and discussion. SafeBites webinars deliver practical information with direct access to industry experts. Upcoming webinars include:
Tuesday, Aug. 12 “Temperature Management in Foodservice” presented by Dr. Jeannie Sneed, professor and department head, Department of Hospitality Management and Dietetics, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kan.
Wednesday, Nov. 12 “Food Allergens: What Foodservice Operators Need to Know” presented by Dr. Catherine Strohbehl, educator/researcher in foodservice management and food safety and member of the Food Safety Project team, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa
“We invite foodservice operators and distributors to visit FoodHandler.com to see what we’ve put together for them,” said Sexson. ”We also encourage their participation in our webinars and feedback on our blog. Their insights will be invaluable to the food safety community.”