Holiday Food Safety: The holidays are a great time to enjoy meals and fun with family and friends. Restaurants are open to serve guests, while many folks will prepare special meals at home. Be sure that wherever a meal is served it doesn’t include unwanted guests: dangerous foodborne pathogens. For a quick refresher for your team at work or Read More
Hurricane Michael Recovery Underway: On Oct. 10, 2018, Hurricane Michael slammed into the Panhandle and brought record-setting winds and devastation to the region. FRLA has worked alongside our incredible members and partner agencies to assist in recovery in a variety of ways. Whether we are working shoulder-to-shoulder with members to feed first responders and survivors Read More
WHO’S IN YOUR CABINET?: In November, Florida’s entire Cabinet is up for election. Check out the overview of the races our Governmental Relations team has put together and ensure the vote you cast is an informed one! Read it now.
FRLA Launches Free Online Training: FRLA is proud to announce a FREE online training program specifically designed to help hospitality workers combat human trafficking in their establishments. Human traffickers operate in every category and across all price points in our industry, and we have a responsibility to protect victims and our businesses. Learn more about Read More
ICYMI September Is Food Safety Month: September is National Food Safety Month, and it is a great time to review your staff training content and techniques. The Centers For Disease Control (CDC) has developed some excellent materials for operators to use in September and throughout the year.