How does USDA inspection make Schiff's Restaurant Services different?
How does USDA inspection make Schiff's Restaurant Service different?
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) inspection ensures all levels of safety from the receiving dock to your grocery basket. By following the federal inspection agency's rules, Schiff's ensures that its products are wholesome and correctly labeled and its operations are safe.
Schiff's USDA federal meat inspector has an office right here in our facility.
What specifically does the inspector do?
- Inspects Schiff's for cleanliness many times a day,
- Ensures that Schiff's is using sanitary procedures,
- Protects Schiff's consumers against cross contamination and mislabeling of products according to strict government guidelines and
- Makes sure Schiff's follows all HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points) programs, including receiving and handling meats and controlling temperatures of meats.
Visit the USDA website, www.fsis.usda.gov. for more information about food safety, nutrition, and much more.