Here's an effective sanitizing protocol for no-water foodservice situations.
The tweeting, texting, multitasking public increasingly expects food and beverage service in nontraditional locations — many of them without handsinks and running water. Whether we're talking about large, catered outdoor events on a campus or field applications like those the military faces in the deserts of the Middle East, hand hygiene technology has lagged well behind the pace of expanding mobile food service. In the past, onsite operators in this situation have often sought to comply ...
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