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Food Preparation Systems

The Restaurant Warehouse

When applied to traditional food service establishments, a system is typically seen as something that does not belong and is not conducive to food preparation and serving the customer. Essentially, food service systems can be categorized into three groups: computerized or automated, semi-automated, and manual.

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Safe Food Preparation | 4 Basic Rules for Safe and Delicious Meals

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Food preparation is a complex combination of various methods involving food handling, cleaning, cooking, and preserving to make the food edible and safe. Read the article to learn 4 basic rules and 5 essential techniques for food preparation!

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AI-driven kitchen automation is a transformative force

Restobiz

By Damon Shrauner In the ever-evolving culinary industry, AI-driven kitchen automation is emerging as a transformative force, reshaping the traditional paradigms of food preparation and service.

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Study Links PFAS Exposure to Teas, Processed Meats, Food Packaging

Food Safety Magazine

Researchers studied how dietary patterns relate to levels of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in the human body over time, and found that greater consumption of tea, processed meats, and food prepared outside the home was associated with increased levels of PFAS.

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Reskilling, Retention and Robotics: Creative Solutions to the Restaurant Labor Shortage

Modern Restaurant Management

These skills include digital literacy for managing online orders and reservations, exceptional customer service, and culinary expertise for more efficient and high-quality food preparation. Automation is becoming increasingly viable, with robots capable of performing repetitive tasks, such as food preparation and delivery.

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Clostridium Perfringens Linked to BBQ

Bill Marler

A case-control study, conducted via a RedCap survey with all participants of the BBQ event, and a food preparation review were conducted in response to this outbreak. Because of this, it is sometimes referred to as the “food service germ.” Specific foods commonly linked to C. One case had a stool specimen tested.

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Exploring the Factors Behind the Surge in Restaurant Automation

Modern Restaurant Management

Robots are now being deployed for various tasks, ranging from food preparation and delivery to customer service. The industry is embracing these technologies for their potential to enhance efficiency, reduce labor costs, and ensure consistency in food preparation and service.