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Blog Archives 2014

Salmonella is a group of bacteria that can cause illness and even death in humans. In June we gave you a crash course on these bacteria.

When it’s back-to-school time, millions of students weave through stores to purchase clothes and supplies. Naturally, they are excited about their new purchases, new class schedules, and extracurricular activities. Truth be told, the safety of bag lunches is probably the furthest thing from...

STOP! Don’t throw that food away! It might be safe to use, and that will save you money. According to USDA’s Economic Research Service, each American wastes more than 20 pounds of food every month. That’s about $115 billion worth of good food thrown away every year at the consumer level in the U...

Without color additives, colas wouldn’t be brown, margarine wouldn’t be yellow, and mint ice cream wouldn’t be green. Here at the FDA, we’re committed to making sure the color additives in your food are safe.

Color additives are used in foods to:

  • Offset color loss due to
  • ...
Tagged Additives | Color

The summer is now in full swing with cookouts, picnics, and potluck reunions! When planning menus for these events, remember to factor in food safety when cooking meals for large groups. By following our basic food safety tips, you can ensure that your guests won’t be felled by a foodborne...

Tagged Food Prep | Summer | Buffet

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