Make Nice With Ice…

Riell, Howard
May 2005
FoodService Director;5/15/2005, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p62
Trade Publication
Presents advice to foodservice operators on making, handling and storing ice. Ways in which ice can become contaminated; Tips on handling ice, including the use of gloves and scoopers; Importance of cleaning and sanitizing ice machines and bins; Disadvantages of storing food or beverages on ice inside an ice bin.


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