This year’s Super Bowl will feature second-year quarterback and former Heisman Trophy winner Joe Burrow and his Cincinnati Bengals facing off against the Los Angeles Rams with almost as many stars as the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Millions of Americans will watch Super Bowl LVI and snack on hot and
Continue Reading Kick off your Super Bowl gathering with critical food safety precautions

Most businesses correctly cool down hot food but some violations were found during inspections in Denmark.

The Danish Veterinary and Food Administration (Fødevarestyrelsen) investigated whether shops, restaurants and caterers were in control of the refrigeration and cooling process and its management.

Overall, 91 percent of the sites subject to unannounced
Continue Reading Danish campaign targets knowledge about cooling of hot food

Food Safety Education Month

As students, parents and caretakers adjust to a physical return to classrooms this fall, the U. S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) reminds families to follow food safety practices to prevent foodborne illness when it comes to preparing frozen foods.

After a year of virtual learning, households
Continue Reading Parents can make frozen food lessons fun for their children, increasing food safety

As COVID-19 cases drop and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidance changes, Americans are preparing to gather together to commemorate Memorial Day and honor the sacrifices so many have made to protect our country.

This holiday weekend might not be completely back to normal and public health recommendations
Continue Reading Tips for preventing the spread of foodborne illness this Memorial Day

Opinion

By Katharine Hopkins

The same care needs to be taken when preparing plant-based food as any other food. Plants are classed as a lower risk than meat and other animal products, but that doesn’t mean they can’t make you ill. 

Plants have a multitude of benefits and should be
Continue Reading Can plant-based food give you food poisoning? The short answer is yes