Food Safety Tops Wish List

Weisberg, Karen
January 2007
FoodService Director;1/15/2007, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p58
Trade Publication
The article discusses several food safety-equipment and technologies suggested by foodservice operators. Char Norton, vice president for foodservice consultant Romano Gatland, sees irradiation as the solution to the food-borne illness outbreak. Meanwhile, Walter Thurhofer, food and nutrition services director for the University of Washington Medical Center in Seattle, suggests a machine that can scan raw food for bacterial contamination.


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