Outdoor Grilling Food Safety

It’s important to follow outdoor food grilling safety guidelines to prevent harmful bacteria from multiplying and causing foodborne illness. Use these simple guidelines for grilling food safely:

Summer and Vacation Food Safety

Maintaining food safety during the summertime can be a challenge. Due to warmer temperatures, bacteria that can cause food poisoning grow more rapidly than in the cooler months.

Ground Beef and Food Safety

Did you know May is National Hamburger Month? There are many ways to make a hamburger, but only one way to keep it safe! Remember, using a food thermometer is the only way to make sure your burgers are safe. Cook to 160°F or above!

Grilling Food Safety Skills

Grill like a PRO this summer to avoid foodborne illnesses – and before you start – it’s the perfect time to brush up on your grilling food safety skills.

Fruit and Vegetable Food Safety

March is National Nutrition Month! Fruits and vegetables are an important part of a healthy diet, but it’s important to handle them safely to avoid getting sick from germs.

Is Chicken White Striping Safe for Food Consumption?

As chicken becomes an increasing popular source of lean protein, it should come as no surprise that farmers are having to pump out more product at record speed. But, there’s a byproduct to that. White striping.

Foodborne Illness and Its Economic Costs

Cases of foodborne illness come with heavy economic costs, totaling approximately $51-$77.7 billion each year; which includes medical and hospital bills, lost work productivity, costs of lawsuits, legal fees, and a loss of product sales.

Food Safety for People with Cancer

Cancer and its treatments can weaken your immune system – making you more susceptible to many types of infections. These infections can include bacteria and other pathogens that cause foodborne illness.