News — FIFO
Posted by Aaron Spencer on
There is nothing more frustrating than throwing out old forgotten produce or other food items that have gone bad. It’s just like flushing money down the toilet. This type of needless waste doesn’t have to happen. Following HACCP guidelines, the rule of “first in, first out” is crucial in ensuring food is safe and good quality — and it can save you money. It all begins with proper labeling at the time of receiving. First in, first out, or FIFO, means always use the foods you received or prepared first. To be successful, the “use-by” date must be clearly marked...
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