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Allergen Awareness Training

On average, 1 in every 25 customers will have a food allergy. Providing an allergen-friendly meal is important to everyone on food service staffs, from people taking reservations over the phone to the suppliers and chefs. Providing an allergen and gluten-friendly dining experience will bring loyal customers back time and time again.

Tap Series’ Allergen Awareness course teaches...

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Allergen Plan Development Training

After learning allergen awareness the next step for an operation wanting to become an Allergen Friendly operation is the development of a plan. Tap Series’ Allergen Plan Development program provides management with a step-by-step guide following the customer from entering the establishment to leaving with their leftovers....

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Meme Monday

  • Food that is prepared at a food establishment and transported to another location must be sealed in plastic.
  • For products that are removed from their original packaging, bulk items such as flour, beans, and rice, should be stored in containers or storage bins that are durable, leak proof, and have the ability to be sealed or covered.

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Meme Monday

Cross contact is when allergens are transferred to another food item accidentally.

Remember to:

  • Wash hands, change gloves.
  • Use designated utensils and equipment.
  • Make sure your food is stored and served properly, no damages or spills.
  • Serve the Allergen Friendly® meal separately.

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