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Adam Garber Aug 20
The final kale harvest of the season is 2 lbs large. Now to aggressively wash them for
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Viveth Karthikeyan Aug 20
1 in 10 people fall ill of foodborne illness per year and 420,000 people die from EATING. This is not a problem we should be having
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Alimenti FS Aug 20
Don't wash raw chicken. The raw chicken droplets travel further than you think!
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My Surat Aug 15
You are what you eat. Certain food cooking guidelines must be followed for a healthy lifestyle. Taking care while cooking food makes it last longer and can also reduce the risk of food poisoning.
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CleanDrop Aug 17
Off to Go Adulting !! :) Sailing this weekend will be hitting the Follow Button Sunday Night FYI If You Need / Want One :) Have a Awesome Weekend Everyone
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Viveth Karthikeyan Aug 18
this problem just happens way too often to be a training issue...
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Karlene Oesch 🍃 Aug 18
Each chemical, for every different crop has a specific MRL or Market Level Residue. Don’t let this term scare you, these are based off of years of testing that Health Canada does in order to ensure for the world this ensures that we are well below the “safe limit”
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FoodSafetyAfrica 23m
Frank Yiannas, Vice President of Food Safety, Walmart said “This year’s romaine outbreak revealed produce traceability hasn’t improved much since the 2006 spinach outbreak”. Real-time, end-to-end traceability is urgently needed
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TopazToStopBrexit #FBPE Aug 20
UK provides 50-60% of its own food. a further 30% is imported from EU & 2% from rest of Europe. This means it is cheaper as it comes from close to home, & meets the high standards of EU from farm to fork.
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FoodQuality&Safety Aug 20
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CFIA - Food Aug 15
Do you know how long an unopened freezer can keep food safe during a power failure? If it's full ➡️ 48 hours. If it's half full ➡️ 24 hours.
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USDA Food Safety Aug 15
Thinking fish for dinner? Remember seafood should be cooked to an internal temperature of 145°F. If you don’t have a food thermometer, the flesh should be opaque & separate easily with a fork when done.
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EU Food Safety Aug 14
Fight against : 45 tons of illegally treated seized in and four people investigated for endangering public - contributes to VII action against fake More info:
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Kanwar Sandhu 17h
In the wake of spurious and adulterated milk and milk products seized in Punjab on such a large scale, Vidhan Sabha in its coming session should debate providing life imprisonment for those caught selling such products as some states have done.
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Mercy Limbua Aug 20
I am disappointed.Who is to protect the Kenyan consumers?Do we ever realize the risk we are expose to due to food that we consume? When will article 43 and 21 of the Kenyan constitution be respected? There is no without
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Jan Williams TDC Aug 16
When one of our food officers comes back from an inspection and shows me the pictures. Just after lunch. That. The premises have been voluntarily closed for waste clearance and cleaning.
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toekomst Aug 11
, World health with , , We go to European Court of Human Rights. . (, ) To much off people have , and more danger to . Transparancy are not in the Netherlands. !
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USDA Food Safety Aug 17
Tip: Don’t forget to clean those lunch boxes after each use. Use hot, soapy water or a disinfectant wipe!
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China Daily 2h
An online consumer survey initiated by the consumer council in Shanghai found that more than 80% of the interviewees said mislabeling is "turning white into black".
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FoodSafetyAfrica Aug 18
Wash cloth towels often and keep multiple dish towels handy to avoid cross contamination
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