Eatn Park shatter test dishes
Broken dishware from Eat’n Park’s shatter test has been preserved at the chain’s headquarters for comparison purposes.

Eat'n Park makes food safer from foreign objects

Operations in Action

Goal: To reduce incidences of food adulteration by foreign objects, such as glass, and fraudulent claims about such problems.

Running restaurants may not require a degree in rocket science, but at least one department at the 75-unit Eat’n Park family-dining chain is taking a NASA-like approach to its work.

Bill Moore, director of safety and security for Homestead, Pa.-based Eat’n Park Hospitality Group, is borrowing a playbook page fro

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