Category Archives: Kitchen Hygiene

Keeping On Top of Food Hygiene in Your Kitchen

Regardless of whether you are a head chef, sous chef or a relief chef, knowing your food hygiene and standards is absolutely critical if you are making and selling food. When working in a kitchen it is important that you … Continue reading

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Environmental Health Officer – What They Will Look For

We all sit and wonder whether today will be the day that our local environmental health officer will be popping through our door to inspect the kitchen and whether your work as a chef is up to their very high … Continue reading

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Improving Your food Hygiene Ratings

Hygiene ratings are determined at routine inspections by Environmental Health Officers. The hygiene standards found at these inspections are rated on a scale ranging from zero at the bottom (which means ‘urgent improvement necessary’) to a top rating of five … Continue reading

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10 Basic Food And Hygiene Safety Tips

Make sure all jewellery is removed and wear a hair net (especially if you have long hair) Mop up and clean any spillages immediately Thoroughly wash your hands Ensure food is stored correctly to prevent bacteria growth, this will often … Continue reading

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Kitchen Cleanliness, are you squeaky clean?

Question: If a customer having booked a table to eat in your restaurant, requested a quick look in your kitchen before ordering, how would you feel? Answer: Proud and happy to show off your engine room. If you feel this … Continue reading

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