Editor’s note: , associate professor and food safety extension specialist at North Carolina State University, has posted this tip sheet for dining outside the home during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. We thank
Editor’s note: , associate professor and food safety extension specialist at North Carolina State University, has posted this tip sheet for dining outside the home during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. We thank…
Many foodborne illnesses can be prevented by changing behaviors in the kitchen, especially during holidays when gatherings involve multiple cooks and a more vulnerable population that includes children and the elderly.
The USDA’s Food Safety …
Public health agencies in Australia have issued advice to help people avoid food poisoning this holiday season.
The country is in it’s summer months now and has also been affected by bushfires and record high…
Subscription meal kits, mail order food, and home-delivered groceries offer convenience and can make for great holiday gifts. But, it’s important to make sure food safety is part of the gift.
Whether food is shipped …
Editor’s note: Children, pregnant women and older adults can develop serious and life-threatening illnesses from food poisoning. Holidays usually include these high-risk groups, making food safety even more important than usual.
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The guidelines are designed to achieve greater consistency…
A Garden for Every Child. Every Child in a Garden.”
U.S. slogan for WWI youth gardening program
Spring is almost over, and with summer looming, people’s thoughts are turning to gardening. It’s no different with…
For parents, there’s no secret manual with all the food safety rules that should be kept in mind when preparing for and enjoying a cooking activity with kids. As one guide puts it, “cooking with…
Editor’s note: With summer unofficially beginning with this holiday weekend, the number of festive events and trips to farmers markets begin to balloon. Most offer foods and drinks that can easily pose food safety threats,
If you’re considering picking up some of those electric pressure cookers at early summer garage sales thinking they’d be a handy, easy way to put up small batches of fresh produce for use next winter,…
Editor’s note: Jim Mann, founder and chief scientific officer for the Handwashing For Life Institute, will be at Booth 136 at the Food Safety Summit, May 6-9, at Rosemont Convention Center in suburban Chicago.