The tweeting, texting, multitasking public increasingly expects food and beverage service in nontraditional locations — many of them without hand sinks and running water. Clearly, hand-hygiene technology has lagged well behind the pace of expanding mobile foodservice. In the past, operators have often sought to comply with health regulations that insist they have water available for handwashing by supplying a mostly inconvenient, ineffective trickle of water dispensed from coffee urns and ...
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