Trevor Morones: That Guy That Speaks HACCP
Trevor is a butcher and has worked in restaurants, wholesale processors and retail shops. And he also has a mind for the regulatory safety measures that many butchers and owners struggle to stay on top of. He is a gifted educator and helps all kinds of places stay compliant and creative.
Control Point founder, Trevor J. Morones, is a classically culinary trained expert butcher. As a craft butcher, he understands first-hand the desire to focus on the craft and create the best product possible, creating throngs of satisfied customers and fulfilling on brand promises of quality, efficiency, and unique value.
As a Lead HACCP Instructor, GFSI auditor in training, and ANSI Food Manager course Instructor/Proctor, Trevor brings his brilliant engineering mind and spirit to craft training and solutions to minimize the amount of time spent with red tape and regulations, eliminating costly mistakes/fines while creating cultures of operational excellence.
In working with high volume manufacturing facilities and highly acclaimed restaurants such as Pat La Frieda, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, LA Kitchen, Lincoln Carson Bakeshop project, Trevor has perfected the balance between productivity and compliance. Control Point was created to guide Chefs, Restaurant Groups, and Food Manufacturers through their food safety concerns and processes with a high level of excellence.
Control Point is all about results. Trevor’s training and implementation practices have proven to increase company growth, domestically and internationally, by 66%. Trevor holds positions on many committees critical to the support of food industry safety and excellence.
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Profit margin perils, mental health crises, employee challenges. Being a butcher is so much more than cutting meat. No Ounce Wasted is a safe space for butchers to share their successes and woes, so that we can all learn and grow together.
Join host Bryan Mayer, butcher, educator and Team USA World Butcher Competition member, as he has honest conversations about staying sharp in the meat business.
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