Hurricane Ian has made landfall and those in its path brace for the potential damage it may cause. With so many safety concerns, it can be easy to overlook food safety risks, but prolonged powerContinue Reading Food safety tips for those in Hurricane Ian’s path
For 24 years National Food Safety Education Month has provided 30 days for health educators at the national, state, and local levels to focus attention on the fundamentals of buying, storing, preparing, and serving food…Continue Reading September 2022 is the 24th National Food Safety Education Month
On Labor Day many people in the U.S. will share good company, fun and food. It is a great time for friends and family to spend time together before work resumes and kids go back…Continue Reading Labor Day food safety tips to avoid food poisoning this holiday
Having too much food is part of hosting a party or family get-together. With a holiday like the Fourth of July, there’s going to be a lot of leftovers, and that means that most hosts…Continue Reading What to do with all those leftovers this Fourth of July
Memorial Day marks the first outdoor celebration in summer for much of the U.S. and that means this is the first time many of us will be at the grill again in quite some …
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The Easter holiday means more egg handling, especially for children. It is important to follow safe handling tips when preparing, storing and serving eggs to keep the holiday free of foodborne illnesses.
Spring is here, even if the weather might not quite feel like it yet in some parts of the country. It’s a great time to get started on some spring cleaning.
According to the CDC, …
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Here at Food Safety News, we often focus on what consumers can do in their homes to reduce the risk of food poisoning. But kitchen safety doesn’t start and end at home. In recent …
Continue Reading Food safety tips for commercial kitchens from Texas A&M AgriLife extension
Winter storm Izzy has made its way across the eastern United States stranding many in heaps of snow, and leading to thousands of power outages. Among all the other concerns caused by the weather, food …
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The University of Nebraska–Lincoln Extension Service is warning consumers against storing perishable foods outdoors this winter.
Extremely cold weather is hitting much of the Northern U.S. this week and despite the sub-freezing weather, it’s best …
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