Safety matters: Bacon

Where there is bacon, there is love. Take this statistic: Americans eat nearly 18 pounds of bacon per year. Taking into account those with pork-free diets, some Americans may eat even more than that. Bacon mania is everywhere. So what’s the best way to keep it safe?

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Safety matters: Poultry

In the United Kingdom (UK) this week, we are celebrating Food Safety Week (June 16–22). This year, the annual awareness campaign is focused on the safety of raw chicken and foodborne pathogen risks from not storing, preparing or handling properly.

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Safety matters: Vegetables

Myth: Foodborne pathogens are only of concern when dealing with raw meat products.

Fact: Foodborne pathogens are of concern with any raw product, including vegetables. These are all pathogens we know, E. coli, Hepatitis A, Listeria monocytogenes … the list goes on and on. These foods are healthy, and we’re encouraged to eat a lot […]

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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