✓ Standardized Food Safety Scoring
✓ Hospitality Staff Educational Programs
✓ Member Events, Tools and Resources
Hospitality, food industry suppliers and consumers face more challenges than ever before.
Where can they dine out with confidence?
Together we can prevent food borne illness.
Aligning Key Players
Along with key partners we’ve created a nationally consistent food establishment food safety scoring system.
Creating Better Solutions
We are collaborating with educators and food safety experts working to improve public health.
How it Works
Hospitality: Claim Your Business
Find your business in the DiningGrades.com directory, claim it, use DiningSafetyAlliance Premium Member only discount code and register for your confidential dashboard. You’ll get access to critical training for staff. And be able to monitor their course completion.
Food Industry Suppliers & Vendors
Get in front of our members who need your best-in-class products and services.
Health Department Leaders: Join Our Efforts
Learn about our research projects and consultative services around evolving food safety best practices. We can guide standardizing inspection scoring and create useable grades.
Allies and Advocates: Join Our Efforts
We welcome anyone passionate about food safety to join our efforts. We want you to dine out with confidence! Share your ideas, volunteer your time or support us with your tax deductible donations.
We're fixing problems that matter so the consumer can dine out with confidence while ensuring the economic viability of our industry.
The hospitality industry is comprised of many stakeholders, each with its own perspective around ensuring health safety in food establishments. Yet mitigating food-related illnesses requires all parties – the food establishments, their suppliers, health departments, the consumer and the scientific community to operate as a unit that puts the public’s health above stakeholder needs. We call this the Dining Safety Alliance, which is grounded in a shared purpose and belief in dining health safety.
As cooler weather threatens, dining is moving indoors.
How can we make indoor dining air quality safer?
Our Community Forum and Industry Webinar will answer that question.
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