Whether you work in a restaurant, as part of a mobile catering company, or keep your sandwiches in the office fridge, knowing the basics of food storage can help you prevent making yourself, your colleagues, or your customers unwell. Established in 1990, the Food Safety Act lays out the groundwork for anyone who sells food as part of their business. While some of it might appear to be common sense, there are always details that can go overlooked. If you're looking for the best ways to keep your office food fresh and uncontaminated, or you have a vested interest in food storage containers, this is the guide.
The basics of using food storage boxes
Food safety is a vital element for those working in the food industry. However, it's also important to employers and employees who store office food in their workplace. Here are the absolute basics of food storage:
Are plastics food-safe?
In the past, there has been some concern over the use of Bisphenol-A in the manufacture of food storage containers. This chemical has been found to impact health negatively and can be absorbed by food. However, food storage options from Avansas are free from BPA and entirely safe for refrigeration and freezing of all kinds of food. If you're looking to keep an eye on your carbon footprint, we can also offer a range of recyclable food storage boxes that provide the same benefits as their standard equivalents.
Keeping your food correctly stored can help to prevent food poisoning and the spread of certain bacteria, such as salmonella. As Europe's leading office materials and accessories supplier, we can provide you with exceptional food storage containers and boxes at the best prices. Whether you're an individual looking for a way to keep your packed lunch protected or a catering business dealing out delicious dishes to your customers, we've got everything to keep you compliant and your customers coming back for more.
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