Tim Niles

Recall Effects Certified Food Protection Managers

Another Romaine Recall Affects Certified Food Protection Managers

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It's only fair to share…FacebookTwitterLinkedinBufferPinterestTumblremailHere we go again. Near the end of November, the CDC reported 40 people in 16 states have fallen ill due to E.coli found in romaine lettuce grown in the Salinas growing region in California. Due to the vast amount of lettuce grown in this region, the FDA strongly urged consumers to dispose of all romaine in any form if there was any uncertainty as to… Read More »Another Romaine Recall Affects Certified Food Protection Managers

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Applying Product Traceability Software for Smarter Food Safety

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It's only fair to share…FacebookTwitterLinkedinBufferPinterestTumblremailBack in October, we covered a public forum put on by the FDA concerning the future of food safety. Just recently, the FDA has released the transcripts from nearly every session, giving those of us in the food safety training industry plenty of material to dig through concerning their vision for the future of food safety in our country. This week we’d like to take a… Read More »Applying Product Traceability Software for Smarter Food Safety

Certified Food Protection Managers and Christmas

Certified Food Protection Manager and Christmas Service

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It's only fair to share…FacebookTwitterLinkedinBufferPinterestTumblremailWe like to pay attention to growing trends in the foodservice community, and we’re noticing a lot more restaurants are advertising that they’ll be open on Christmas Day. While it’s not abnormal for large national chains to open on Christmas, we’re also hearing that certified food protection managers of many local restaurants may decide to open on Christmas Day as well. Certified Food Protection Manager Opening… Read More »Certified Food Protection Manager and Christmas Service

Food Safety Certification Exam

Food Safety Certification Exams For Non-English Speakers

It's only fair to share…FacebookTwitterLinkedinBufferPinterestTumblremailMinnesota has a rather diverse food community, and many food service workers and certified food protection managers have learned English as their second language. If you’ve had the experience of taking a test or reviewing course materials in a language you’re not fluent in, you’ll know how frustrating it can be to fear misunderstanding test questions. The good news is, that at Safe Food Training, we… Read More »Food Safety Certification Exams For Non-English Speakers