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Plascon Group Apr 8
Food Safety is paramount in the daily operations of all restaurants. Setting & following clear procedures will keep your restaurant from contamination & foodborne illness from improper handling.
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Global Food Safety Resource Apr 11
How did the lettuce scare affect indoor lettuce growers and what action did some take amidst consumer concerns? Learn more via .
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Rich Davis Dec 22
SEVERAL homemade egg nog recipes: Separate yolks. Make the custard. Be sure to cook them properly! Me: Yes! Good! Recipe: Lightly whip the whites and once the custard cools fold them in. Me: Wait. So you don’t cook them at all? So bacteria … R: Enjoy! Me: Wait.
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Center 4 Food Safety Jan 2
2018 was a terrible year for . In Oct, we sued the FDA for its failure to designate/establish reporting requirements for producers of foods that are "high-risk" for outbreaks, as required by the Food Safety Modernization Act >>
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Dr. Kim Barrett Jan 10
FDA food inspections are being reduced/cancelled due to shutdown. Hope it is not just a matter of time before a major outbreak. anyone?
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Savvy Food Safety, Inc. Apr 9
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Rich Davis Jan 5
Bad grocery store etiquette aside, this is just unsafe food practices caused by a shopper. Don’t do this and do not eat this shrimp.
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SmartSense Apr 9
Insects can spread , even if your business leverages proactive management. Find out why it’s essential to include pest management as part of your food safety management system ().
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The Food Poisoning Law Team Apr 9
Still no food source named in the growing O103 outbreak that has sickened 90+ people in 5 states to-date.
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NDSU Extension-Food Dec 18
Plan on making eggnog this year? Use pasteurized eggs or egg products to make the festive drink. Your guests will appreciate the tasty, holiday drink and not a cup full of foodborne illness.
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PritzkerHageman Feb 22
attorney spoke about the Anatomy of a Foodborne Illness case and Overview of Basic Food Safety at a event in Minneapolis last night.
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GC Public Health Dec 20
Be sure when cooking meals this holiday season to cook meats and other items to their proper temperatures. Use this guide to help you! Foods in the DANGER ZONE are susceptible to .
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Candice W. Jones, MD Dec 26
The day after Christmas leaves tons of holiday leftovers. Here are a few tips on when they are no longer safe to eat and a few ideas for yummy second meals!
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Chicopee Americas Dec 10
Foodborne illnesses are preventable, but all everyone in a company must work together to prevent and reduce them. Here's how:
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Berkeley Wellness Mar 21
A new report from Europe shows that Salmonella, Campylobacter, and E. Coli bacteria from animals are becoming even more resistant to antibiotics—which has frightening implications for human infections:
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Krysten Dane Jan 4
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Matthew Mar 10
To prevent from happening to you or your family, it is important to practice protocols while handling, preparing, and storing all of your . Here's your guide:
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Ashley Guziec Jan 4
Exciting news from Food Safety News. Scientists in Scotland are reporting they've found a way to treat E. coli O157 without serious side effects.
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Nutrition411 Apr 8
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Eurosurveillance Apr 1
Increased prevalence of strains from food carrying blaNDM and mcr-1-bearing plasmids that structurally resemble those of clinical strains in , 2015–2017
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