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Blog posts of '2019' 'July'

How to Dine Out with Food Allergies
In 2018, over 200 million U.S consumers visited a sit down, dine out restaurant. When you consider that 4% of adults in the U.S have a food allergy, that makes dining out for a lot of people quite the challenge.
Cross-Contamination and How to Prevent It
Cross-Contamination and How to Prevent It

Cross-contamination is the nasty culprit behind many food-borne illnesses. That’s because pathogens can spread from food or unwashed hands to prep areas, equipment, or utensils. Even if meat is cooked correctly, meals can still be contaminated with pathogens if the prep process isn’t done properly. ...

Reducing the Risk of Food Allergy Reactions
Reducing the Risk of Food Allergy Reactions
Food allergies affect an estimated 32 million Americans and 5.6 million of them are children under 18 years old. There is no cure for food allergies. The best way to prevent allergic reactions is through awareness and proper labeling.
Food Safety and Child Care
Food Safety and Child Care

Unless you were living under a rock last year, you’re probably well aware of all the food recalls, CDC warnings, lettuce-free sandwiches. As we continue to learn about hazards and regulate food production, food safety training and awareness is more important than ever.

As the school year winds down...