How food safety business leaders improve the foodservice business model. Episode 6

Presented By Sani Professional

Join Dr. Hal King as he speaks with Chick-Fil-A Senior Leader of Field Operations, Steven Lyon, about their history together in the business and how to improve the foodservice business model.

A podcast for food safety professionals, foodservice operators, crew members and anyone involved in the preparation, service, or delivery of food to the public.

Hosted by Dr. Hal King, expert in public health and food safety management, author, and keynote speaker, the podcast will bring together food safety experts to engage in a broad range of topics from the back to the front of house and everything in between.

The podcast is sponsored by Sani Professional, the food safety division of PDI, a global leader in infection prevention. As the #1 brand of foodservice wipes*, they provide simple and compliant solutions for cleaning, sanitizing, and disinfecting surfaces and sanitizing hands.

Dr. Hal King and Sani Professional have spent years cultivating relationships with top food safety advocates nationwide. A shared passion for food safety education makes their collaboration on a podcast a natural next step. Together, they are excited to deliver actionable infection prevention solutions and advice from a Who’s Who of industry professionals.


About the author

Steven A. Lyon

Steven A. Lyon, PhD Director, Food Safety – Field Operations Chick-fil-A, Inc.

Dr. Steven A. Lyon has been with Chick-fil-A, Inc. since 2009 leading various food safety and animal welfare initiatives. His primary role today is centered around control of foodborne diseases and respiratory diseases within the enterprise. He has held several roles ranging from leading Supply Chain food safety, product safety, restaurant procedure/kitchen design reviews, solutions/innovations, animal welfare, and regulatory compliance. Prior to Chick-fil-A, Inc., he was with the USDA for 7 years. His work has been published in peer reviewed scientific journals and also in magazines associated with poultry production. At the USDA, he worked on several projects involving antibiotic resistance and surveillance programs aimed at protecting public health from emerging foodborne pathogens. Steven holds 3 degrees from the University of Georgia’s College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Poultry Science, Masters of Science degree in microbiology, and doctorate (Ph.D.) in food microbiology.

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