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Tattoos and Piercings in the Culinary Industry
7 Hygiene Tips for Food Service
In this day and age, being stylish often means displaying artwork like tattoos and body piercings. In fact, both have become a part of the culture that is culinary arts. In the last ten years or so, tattoos and piercings have become more common and acceptable. You can find tattoos on anyone in any profession from teaching and police officers to even lawyers. Even large brands like Starbucks have started to relax their once strict policies against visible tattoos and piercings in the workplace. In the culinary industry, tattoos have made their way into the culture of cooking and serving. Restaurant patrons most often want their servers to be clean, friendly, and helpful while they want their cooks to be talented and quick.
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The policy on wearing jewellery to work in a food business can differ from food business to food business and from country to country. There are also some additional actions that I would like you to check. Depending on where your food business is located, there may be a legal requirement prohibiting the wearing of any jewellery within a food premises. Just refer to your local food safety legislation for guidance. Step 1: Check what your local food safety rules stipulate around wearing jewellery when working in a food business.
Practicing good personal hygiene is essential to food safety. It will help prevent physical and biological hazards from entering an establishment and contaminating food. Here are seven basic hygiene practices that should be followed while at your establishment:. The goal is simple: bring as few pathogens as possible to work.