Eggs – Salmonella and Food Safety

Eggs – just like raw meat, poultry and fish – must be properly stored, handled and cooked to be safe. Eggs that appear normal can contain a germ called Salmonella that can make you sick.

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Raw Milk & Cheese Pose Serious Health Risks

June is National Dairy Month. Unpasteurized dairy is growing in popularity, but it poses serious health risks. If you are a milk, cheese and dairy product lover, you’ll appreciate these myths and food safety tips about raw milk and cheese products.

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Food Safety on National Senior Health & Fitness Day

National Senior Health & Fitness Day’s goal is to help keep older adults healthy and fit and this importantly includes food safety by protecting them from foodborne illness and helping them understand why certain pathogens are more common for their age group.

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Summer and Vacation Food Safety

Maintaining food safety during the summertime can be a challenge. Due to warmer temperatures, bacteria that can cause food poisoning grow more rapidly than in the cooler months.

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Weddings and Catering Food Safety

Food safety is a great concern for those preparing and serving the meal for wedding guests. Keeping hot foods at the required serving temperatures and cold foods to keep from spoiling can be achieved through the proper use of chafing dishes and food safety techniques.

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