Gransasso

Offering food service of the highest order - healthy, good quality, nutritious and EatSafe!

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The Forum

Caring for the health of all those working at The Campus as well as delegates and guests through the EatSafe kitchen hygiene program.

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CSIR-ICC

Not only innovative catering but safe and hygienic as well, thanks to EatSafe!

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Centurion Lake Hotel

A Legacy Group Hotel with a focus on food sanitation and hygiene via EatSafe!

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Graceland

Actively promoting food sanitation and hygiene via EatSafe

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What is EatSafe?

EatSafe is a marketing campaign to promote food-related operations meeting minimum standards of food sanitation and hygiene.

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EatSafe Certificate

Your EatSafe Certificate

Once your establishment has been successfully audited, you will be issued with an EatSafe certificate of compliance.

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Food Safety during a Power Outage

Food Safety during a Power Outage

Below are some tips to help you keep food safe during a power outage!

The refrigerator

  • Keep the door closed – this will help to maintain the cold temperature
  • If the fridge is not opened, it will keep food cold for approximately 4 hours.
  • After 4 hours, it may be necessary to move perishable items (meat, poultry, soft cheese) to a cooler filled with ice cubes and gel packs. Alternatively, place some items in the freezer.
  • In the event of a prolonged power outage, try to obtain dry ice. 20 kg of dry ice should help to keep a cubic-meter fridge cold for up to two days. Be sure not to handle the dry ice with your bare hands or to let the dry ice come into direct contact with any food.

The freezer

  • Keep the door closed.
  • Group food together, as it will help the food to stay cold for longer.
  • A full freezer will maintain its cold temperature for about 48 hours. A freezer that is only half full will retain its cold temperature for approximately 24 hours.
  • If you know in advance that you will be having a power outage, freeze containers of water for ice to help keep food cold in the freezer, fridge and coolers.

How will I know if the safety of the food in my fridge/freezer has been compromised?

 

When to wash your hands - an educational poster for children

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A great poster to remind children when to wash their hands!

Credit: www.health.state.nm.us

   

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  • After reading this I've banned the dishcloth from my kitchen! Paper towels only...and it's biodegradable!