Home to 21-hour summer days and the Northern Lights, Keflavík, Iceland is a town founded in the 16th century which Read More
NBAA BACE 2018, Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition, will be held in Orlando, Florida. Air Culinaire Worldwide will be in attendance on October 16-18, 2018. The indoor exhibits will be held at the Las Vegas Convention Center and the static display will coincide at Henderson Executive Airport. Email email@example.com to arrange a meeting with Air Culinaire Worldwide, who will be on-hand in Universal Weather and Aviation’s booth #2256. For event details, visit the NBAA BACE 2018 page.
Located in the Jackson Hole Valley of Wyoming, the town of Jackson is a favorite United States vacation destination Read More
Air Culinaire Worldwide will be exhibiting at the National Business Aviation Association’s (NBAA) Regional Forum in San Jose, California. The event will be held at San Jose International Airport (SJC) on September 6, 2018. To arrange a meeting, email firstname.lastname@example.org. For event details, visit the SJC Regional page.
Home to over 2.5 million residents, Brasilia, the captial city of Brazil, is an important global political and economic center. Located in central-western Read More
Los Angeles, California (June 25, 2018) – Air Culinaire Worldwide announced today the addition of Brian Collins, West Coast Sales Manager, to Read More
Growing up, I was lucky to travel all around the world. New Zealand, New York, Los Angeles, all over Europe, but even now one of my favourite places to go on holiday is the Read More
Air Culinaire Worldwide will be exhibiting at the National Business Aviation Association’s annual Flight Attendants / Flight Technicians (FAFT) Conference. This year, the event will be held in St. Paul, Minnesota on June 26-28, 2018. The Air Culinaire Worldwide team will be available throughout the event. To arrange a meeting, email email@example.com. For event details, visit the FAFT 2018 page.
Join Air Culinaire Worldwide’s Food Safety Certification Training at NBAA’s 2018 Flight Attendant ConventionApril 11, 2018 by Stacey Farooqui
Food Safety Certificate Training – June 26, 2018
Presenter: John Detloff, Air Culinaire Worldwide
Passengers often assess their satisfaction with their flight by the quality of the meals served onboard. As flight attendants, it is not only important to provide high-quality food; the safety of our passengers is top priority. Managing food safety can be difficult and worrisome given the uncontrollable environment onboard an aircraft. However, taking the proper actions and procedures before, during and after a flight can ensure your crew and passengers remain safe. Foodborne illness can nearly be eliminated if food is handled properly from the time it is ordered to the time it is served. You can be proactive in preventing foodborne illness by having proper training and knowledge.
Each attendee will receive a Food Safety Training Manual, Allergy Training Manual, Gluten Free Training Manual and much more from Air Culinaire Worldwide. The students will receive an Aviation Food Safety Certificate from Air Culinaire Worldwide and Aircare FACTS. They will also receive a Food Handler Certificate from a nationally recognized company.
(An additional $150 fee is required to attend this pre-conference workshop.)
Continuing our blog series in the lead up to the World Cup in Russia this summer, we take a stop at Samara, a city formerly known as “Kuybyshev.” Located on the Read More