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.

Food Handlers Certification

Some states require all employees to have completed an accredited food handler training course. The proof of completion is typically called a Food Handler’s Card, License, or Permit.

Food Handler Card State Requirements

Before you enroll into a food safety course, find out what are the requirements your state has for Food Handler Training and Food Manager Certification.

Food Safety with Groceries

You’ve mastered putting away those holiday gifts, but what about groceries? Don’t forget to put your perishables in the fridge within 2 hours of purchase! Remember the Temperature Danger Zone: (40°F – 140°F)  

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.

How to Use a Food Thermometer

No matter what you cook, remember to keep food safety on the menu. Take a look at this 45 second how-to video from FoodSafety.gov on how to make sure you’re using your food thermometer the correct way!

Back to School Food Safety

It’s back to school time! Send your kids back to school with safe and satisfying lunches by following these tips.

Holiday Food Safety Video from the FDA

This Holiday Food Safety Video shows how to store, prepare, and serve food safely to prevent foodborne illness from ruining the holidays. Follow these easy steps: