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Thursday, July 20, 2017

Does Laundry Certification Matter? Yes, since 1935.

Author: Dempsey
Where does my laundry go? How clean is the laundry facility? Will my uniforms and linens be hygienically cleaned?

Customers have asked the Dempsey family these questions for over seventy-five (75) years. The easiest way to allay these concerns for our customers is with 3rd party laundry certification. Dempsey Uniform & Linen Supply is one of the earliest adopters of Laundry Certification programs. We were the first plant in the United States certified as Clean Green and we've since earned our Hygienically Clean certification.
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Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Dempsey Achieves Hygienically Clean - Food Service Certification

Author: Dempsey
The Textile Rental Services Association (TRSA) recently announced that Dempsey Uniform & Linen Supply has achieved certification in the Hygienically Clean Food Service Certification Program. The program is considered the industry standard for producing hygienically clean reusable textiles for use in the food service industry. Hygienically Clean Food Service Certification recognizes Dempsey's commitment to cleanliness through third-party, quantified biological testing of textiles and site inspection of the laundry facility.

Customer satisfaction and cleanliness in food service have always been closely linked. Restaurants and food management companies look to Dempsey to help ensure facility hygiene. Hygienically Clean Food Service certification gives Dempsey's customers confidence that their linens and garments support their sanitation goals.

•  TRSA Hygienically Clean Food Service Certification (link)
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Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Restaurant Linen Services vs In-House Restaurant Laundry

Author: Dempsey

For your restaurant, the dining experience says it all. Customers judge a restaurant highly on how ell they feel they were treated. The atmosphere, customer service, and quality of linens are some of the requirements customers take into consideration when deciding whether or not they will be returning to your restaurant.

Providing your customers with high quality restaurant linens is important...

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Monday, August 29, 2016

Organic, Inorganic, Non-GMO... What Does It All Mean?

Author: Dempsey
The terms "organic", "grass-fed", "non-GMO" are all becoming quite popular in the restaurant industry, with very few explanations. Many individuals see these terms on their food items and purchase them without a second thought. But wat do these key words actually mean?

Here is a definition...
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Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Dempsey Highlighted in The Washington Post for "Why Napkins Don't Work"

Author: Dempsey
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