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!
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.
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.
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.