Frozen food myths debunked

As we near the end of September and Food Safety Education Month, we’d like to set the record straight about some common frozen food myths. Some of these misconceptions come from a UK consumer survey recently conducted by frozen food producer Birds Eye.

Myth #1: Fresh produce is more nutritious than frozen.

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Recent recall results in frozen food fears

Listeria

The frozen food section has been hit once again with a large recall of more than 350 frozen fruits and vegetables including green beans, broccoli, peas and blueberries sold under 42 brands at several different grocers in the U.S and Canada. Announced last week by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, […]

Top 30 facts of ice cream

July is celebrated as National Ice Cream Month across the United States. Apart from enjoying the creamy delicacy all month (and year) long, Neogen has been doing a daily ice cream fact of the day for this celebrated holiday. In honor of all the ice cream cones, sundaes and cakes out there in the world, […]

How to: Storing vegetables, leafy greens edition

Unlike most children, I was really good at eating my vegetables. My mom likes to tell me of the time when I was about six or seven that I ate several bowls of green beans at a restaurant instead of the actual dinner. As an adult, I still eat vegetables and include a healthy serving […]

Safety matters: Hot dogs

Head to any sporting event in the United States, whether it’s the major leagues or a game for your seven-year-old, and you can find that quintessential food: a hot dog. There are many different ways to cook it, and even more toppings to put on top of it, but what really is it?

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What you need to know this Monday

Ever wonder what is going on in the world that you ought to know? We’ve compiled some links that we’re looking at this morning to get your latest news about life sciences and the animal and food industries.

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