Safe Food Handling

Blog entry | Oct 16 2017

Food animal production is an important part of agriculture.

Blog entry | Sep 14 2017

Food safety starts on farms, barns, groves, ranches and science labs—basically,

Blog entry | Sep 14 2017

Pesticide Residuesspin the sphere of food safety

Blog entry | Apr 13 2016

I don’t know what it is about me and my dates, but I’ve noticed a pattern of poor hygiene and food safet

Blog entry | Jan 19 2016

The quality of our food is an important aspect consumers think about when making decisions on what and where to eat. We want food that tastes good and is good for us.

Blog entry | Dec 16 2015

dihydrogen-monoxide-memeHave you ever heard the mantra “If you

Blog entry | Nov 23 2015

You may have seen it on fitness websites or on your Facebook newsfeed: the laundry list of foods that registered dietitians “won’t eat.” The list is usually about a mile long and contains any food

Blog entry | Sep 23 2015

Going “Back to Basics” This Food Safety Education Month

Blog entry | Sep 18 2015

We’re back with more facts and hacks to make the food safety basics (clean, separate, cook, and chill) just a little bit easier.

Blog entry | Sep 11 2015

Food Safety Education Month is already off to a great start, and we’re back with more facts and hacks to make the food safety basics (“clean, separate, cook, and chill”) just a little bit easier.

Blog entry | Sep 03 2015

Is your food safety game on point, or are you still abiding by the “5 second rule”? Either way, sometimes we could all use a reminder to practice our food safety skills.

Blog entry | Aug 24 2015

If you’re checking Facebook, watching morning shows, or answering calls from your mom, you’ve probably already seen the latest headline grab from Consumer Reports, claiming that your ground beef is

Blog entry | Jul 13 2015

You finally did it! You’ve got a date scheduled. Look at you!

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