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Keep Food Safe Blog

In the U.S. and aboard, many will celebrate Cinco de Mayo by hosting large parties, cooking delicious traditional Mexican foods and drinking margaritas.

The theme for World Health Day 2015 is food safety. The farm to plate journey for our food follows a global pipeline that means an ever changing food supply chain for U.S. consumers.

Posted in: Food Safety | Holidays

The World Health Organization (WHO) is devoting World Health Day, April 7, 2015, to the critical importance of food safety, with the theme “From Farm to Plate, Make Food Safe.” WHO estimates that unsafe food is linked to the deaths of 2 million people annually – including many children.  Food...

Posted in: Food Safety | Holidays

How many times have you gone into your pantry or refrigerator, only to find that what you were going to use in your meal was spoiled? The USDA, Cornell University and the Food Marketing Institute would like to help you avoid that problem in the future with our new application, the FoodKeeper....

Posted in: Food Safety | Media | Safety

Spring is here. That means Easter and Passover are right around the corner. If you’re hosting a holiday lunch or dinner for your family or friends, please follow our simple tips to serve up a food safe festivity.

Posted in: Food Safety | Holidays