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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

smarter food safety product traceability

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 Manager Fire Procedures

Certified Food Protection Manager Procedures for Fires

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It's only fair to share…FacebookTwitterLinkedinBufferPinterestTumblremailFires are something we never like to think about, but something we should prepare for. The kitchen is a hot place, there’s plenty of open flame, electrical systems running at full capacity and other risks that may result in a fire that causes damage to your kitchen or other parts of your restaurant. So what procedures should a certified food protection manager put in place to… Read More »Certified Food Protection Manager Procedures for Fires

Food Safety Training for Cooking Whole Turkeys

Online Food Safety Training for Cooking Whole Turkeys

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It's only fair to share…FacebookTwitterLinkedinBufferPinterestTumblremailThanksgiving is here and that means it’s time to overindulge on turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy and pumpkin pie, but the last thing you want to include in your festivities is a salmonella outbreak. Whole turkeys can take quite some time to cook and it may be difficult to achieve safe temperatures while keeping the meat moist and flavorful. This week, we’ll look into what food safety… Read More »Online Food Safety Training for Cooking Whole Turkeys