Any restaurant that is going to offer food to the public buffet-style needs to think about using sneeze guards. Sneeze guards are the simple (or sophisticated), clear surfaces that sit between customers and the food they are ladling onto their plates. It's not just a trend in business; these days, the government has made some sneeze guards mandatory for some food service installations. Business leaders can learn about basic key terms for using sneeze guards and getting them integrated into a restaurant startup plan.
HACCPHACCP, or Hazard Analysis of Critical Control Points, is familiar to many within the food service industry. This set of federal standards applies to any food service business, and includes guidelines for using sneeze guards.
FDA regulationsThe U.S. Food and Drug Administration includes sneeze guards in its regulatory standards for food service businesses. The FDA regulations include making businesses label where they will include sneeze guards in a restaurant or other business.
FDA Food Establishment Plan Review Guide.