Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Biology Experts: Your Seafood Feels Pain Too

Imagine trading places with a crustacean that’s going to be dunked in a boulder of boiling water. Not a pretty sight, is it? But while food safety principles encourages you to be hardcore about killing pathogens in food with extreme temperatures, you may want to think this one through. Especially when it comes to your seafood.

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Preventing Foodborne Illnesses from Getting Into Your Table

Keeping your family safe isn’t just the government’s responsibility to you. Thanks to the Center for Disease and Prevention, the agency in charge of monitoring and preventing outbreaks and epidemics, you don’t have to look further for resources on food safety and how to keep your family safe from foodborne illnesses.

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Food Safety and Handling on Memorial Day

Giving importance to food safety and handling on Memorial Day is not something a lot of people think about. But as most of you may know, Memorial Day marks the beginning of summer and is usually a festive time for barbeques, cook-offs and camping. A lot can happen outdoors and it’s not far from possible for perishables like meat and veggies to be mishandled or to go bad.

Thursday, May 9, 2013

What Liquor Should More People Know About?

Ever wonder what your local barkeep or restaurant manager would really like you to drink when you order one? Of course, you’re not in the know or if you don’t have the related certification (i.e. Learn2serve Alcohol License). Read on to learn about some of the underdogs of alcoholic beverages that made it to our list: