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Blog Archives 2014

Where Food Poisoning Begins…It May Surprise You

Where does foodborne illness (commonly called food poisoning) originate?  If you guessed “in the kitchen,” you’d be missing a big part of the picture.  Although disease...

Tagged Food Prep | Kitchen

There is a new Food Safety public service announcement online with helpful advice on how to keep food safe for consumption. The latest video is called “Contaminated Carbo Load.”

The Ad Council and the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service, in partnership with...

Tagged Video | Ad Council

The year is 1985. The top TV program was “Dynasty” followed closely by “Dallas.” Microwave popcorn had just been introduced. And the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Meat and Poultry Hotline opened its phone lines July 1, beginning 28 years of...

Whether it’s about raw cookie dough only being a problem for kids or microwaves killing the germs, you hear a lot of things about food safety that are just a little wrong – but a little wrong that can make you sick.  However, just in time for September’s National Food Safety Education Month, the...

Tagged Kitchen | Cooking

It’s tailgate season, are you ready for the kick off? Planning is the key to keeping your food safe during a tailgate so get your gear ready now. Do you have enough coolers, and all the tools you need to cook? In addition to a grill and fuel...

Tagged Super Bowl | Football

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