Tips for Managing Food Safety
As we continue navigating the new normal, it’s challenging not to think about foodservice. Foodservice has always been risky business. Between foodborne illness and sanitation issues and possible customer or employee injuries, foodservice creates liability for convenience retailers and QSRs.
With so much riding on the accuracy, consistency, and compliance of your foodservice program, why trust this vital information to the error-prone clipboard-and-pen audits? That’s not exactly the most efficient or reliable way to gather data. Plus, these old-school methods are extremely time-consuming.
A store intelligence app can make it easy to manage food safety compliance.
A store intelligence program allows the retailer to strategically send accurate product inventory based on each store’s available merchandising capacity, local competition, and the store’s readiness to execute. Knowing which items at which stores are well stocked also helps with frictionless checkout and mobile ordering.
Understanding store-specific layouts allow food service providers the ability to better accommodate space distancing requirements between customer and the store’s food destinations. Store profiling and collecting the data via onsite surveys allows you to properly space plan your stores to service the customer while abiding by local safety ordinances.
Talk to one of our professionals today and learn how AccuStore audits, onsite surveys, profiles and more can help you with your stores’ foodservice program.