Restaurants have a duty to ensure that all of their food is held at a safe temperature. At Keobi Restaurant, we know that temperature is essential for both quality and safety of the food we serve to our customers.
What’s the Proper Hot and Cold Holding Temperatures
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has temperature standards for hot and cold foods. According to FDA’s food safety recommendations, food temperatures between 41 and 135 degrees Fahrenheit represent this danger zone. Bacteria can multiply at any temperature within the danger zone, but temperatures between 70 and 125 degrees Fahrenheit provide the most hospitable environment for bacteria to thrive. The longer food is allowed to sit in the “danger zone,” the greater the risk of bacteria growth and spoilage. What temperature should cold items be kept at? These items should be kept at a temperature of 40 °F and below.
Keeping Food Safe is Our Priority
To preserve flavor and minimize the risk of food poisoning, we follow the safety process of keeping hot food hot and cold food cold. We offer catering services so it important to us to maintain the appropriate temperature when we deliver foods to customers’ events. Keobi Restaurant is now able to do this with our food box warmer. The food box warmer is well designed to be transported in vehicles. It contains front loading insulated food pan carrier which provides the versatility and quality to safely deliver pans of foods to your event location. Helps you serve your guests safe, quality food, at the appropriate temperature and not letting food go into the temperature danger zone. Hot box keeps food warm for up to 6 hrs.
Check our competitive food pricing. We cater for various events from house parties, office parties to wedding, plus more. We can deliver your food to any event location within the Capital District.