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August 2020

Food Safety Training for Delivery Drivers

By Dot It August 25, 2020 No comments

As you know, the food service industry is relying on more and more food delivery to grow and maintain revenue, if not to survive. With the threat of coronavirus and COVID-19, this training and understanding of basic food safety is critical.

This course is designed to give you basic understanding of basic food safety and what your role is in order to protect the food you’re delivering, as well as yourself and your customers.

How to Improve Food Safety in 2020

By Dot It August 20, 2020 No comments

Food safety is always a concern, and it has a certain spotlight on it in the midst of a pandemic. Businesses have changed their models and restaurants have faced regulations that are continuously evolving. However, there is a common goal: keep restaurant employees and customers safe.

Here’s how to improve food safety in your restaurant for 2020.

How 10 Restaurants Use SecureIt Tamper-Evident Labels

By Rachel Morgan August 13, 2020 No comments

SecureIt™ tamper-evident labels have become a staple in the foodservice industry amidst growing consumer concern for food safety during the global pandemic. Many restaurants have taken to securing their takeout packaging with Secure-It tamper-evident labels, including Freebirds World Burrito, Meso Maya, El Fenix, and Rusty Taco. See how these restaurants are using SecureIt™ tamper-evident labels below.

Where to Buy Restaurant Guest Checks

By Dot It August 10, 2020 No comments

You may initially think that you do not need guest checks at your restaurant. However, you should consider all of the pros of using guest checks. Guest checks, also called order pads, are an essential item that all restaurants need.

Dot It Featured in the Wall Street Journal - How Dot It Pivoted During the Pandemic

By Dot It August 6, 2020 No comments

The COVID-19 pandemic is high on the radar of everyone right now, and this is especially true of small businesses. Many have not fared well, some even closing their doors permanently. However, Dot It’s small but mighty team was able to adapt to survive. Because of this, we were highlighted in the Wall Street Journal as one of five small businesses that pivoted to persist through the hardship.

To read the full article, visit the Wall Street Journal.