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Top Food Service Training at All Levels

Why Choose the Nation’s #1 Food Allergy Training: AllerTrainⓇ Food allergies are ancient: research suggests that they evolved around 2500 BCE. While theterm “food allergies” is only a century or two old, medical practitioners have…

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AllerTrain’s Work with Bard College

MenuTrinfo® is thrilled to announce that Bard College, through its administration by Parkhurst Dining, is onboard with efficient and accurate food allergen training through our AllerTrain™ training division. Several of the Parkhurst Dining AllerTrainers were…

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The In’s and Out’s of e-Learning

Ah, e-learning.  Is there anything more fabulous than earning credits or certifications in your pajamas?  E-learning refers to the use of electronic means such as computers and internet for education or training, replacing the physical…

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How COVID Food Safety Procedures Protect Those with Food Allergies

Dining out with food allergies has always been a scary task. Even when restaurants and food service establishments take extreme measures to keep diners safe, accidents can still happen. It’s even more scary when you…

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FDA’s Temporary Terrifying Policy Change

Written by CEO, Betsy Craig Minimizing the impact on supply chain for manufactures is maximizing the concern for 32 million people. Due to COVID-19, the FDA made a bold move without consideration of a huge…

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Food Safety: Now More than Ever

Written by CEO Betsy Craig For decades the food service industry has been training their teams on food safety at the insistence of local, state and federal regulations.  Folks on every level of our food service…

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FASI Group

Food Allergy Symposium: The importance of bringing like-minded professionals together

This past February, we hosted our second Food Allergy Symposium for Industry (FASI). This was hosted in conjunction with Unilever Food Solutions at their North America headquarters. In attendance were food service professionals from across…

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Food Allergy Training: One size does not fit all

From the desk of CEO, Betsy In 2011 we at MenuTrinfo® launched the Nation’s first food allergy training program- AllerTrain.  There was not a course out there to address this growing medical need in the country.…

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Texas Tech

AllerTrain U at Texas Tech

On January 6th, our AllerTrain Clerk Maddie, headed to Texas Tech University and watched Betsy teach an AllerTrain U class. She wrote about her experience and gave some awesome insight here! I began working as…

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How Safe Is Your Food Once It Leaves The Restaurant?

Our CEO Betsy joined Valerie Killifer and Anthony Russo on podcast “The Takeout, Delivery, and Catering Show”. They discussed food safety concerns in the restaurant industry and the effects of off-premise dining. Betsy dove into…

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