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Food Safety with Appliance Thermometers

Ever wonder how to properly check your appliances to see if they’re operating correctly? We have a complete how-to guide on how to check your fridges, freezers & more!

Food Safety for People with Diabetes

Did you know people with diabetes are more prone to foodborne illness? Be in the know! Find easy food safety tips for those living with diabetes.

OSHA’s On-site Consultation Program

Did you know OSHA has a free and confidential on-site small business consultation program to help companies identify and address hazards? Priority is given to high-risk industries like construction.

Pork Food Safety Risks and Hepatitis E

Hepatitis E occurs most often in countries with poor sanitation and communities where undercooked pork or pig products are eaten. Hepatitis E is the leading cause of acute viral hepatitis in developing countries.

Responsible Beverage Service State Programs

Laws specifying requirements or incentives for retail alcohol outlets to participate in server training programs (often referred to as Responsible Beverage Service). Currently in the...

Food Safety for the Family

There are some age appropriate tasks that kids can learn. Start with the basics: Clean, Separate, Cook, and Chill—it can set them on a food safety path for the rest of their lifetime.

Foodborne Bacteria Table

Because foodborne illness symptoms are often flu-like, many people may not recognize that the illness is caused by harmful bacteria or other pathogens in food.