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In July 2013, Natalie Giorgi headed out for a summer family camping trip. She was allergic to peanuts, and everyone in her family was vigilant in keeping her safe. While at the camp, Natalie bought a Rice Krispie treat from a food stand run by the camp. Within 20 minutes she started vomiting. Her father, […]
Social distancing and recent shelter-in-place orders have made it difficult for food managers who need to certify or recertify to take the FPMC exam in person. Fortunately, in-person testing is not the only option. StateFoodSafety offers an online food manager certification exam and online proctoring, which means managers can get their certification 100% online, without […]
When you are cooking food for yourself at home, do you ever worry about your food safety practices? You might. What if you were ordering food from a restaurant and witnessed unsafe food handling? You would definitely be worried! So what’s the difference between someone else doing something unsafe with your food and you doing […]
As health officials work to slow the spread of COVID-19 (the novel coronavirus), some of the precautions they’re taking will likely have a big impact on restaurants. Perhaps the most impactful precaution is the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s recommendation against gatherings of 50 or more people. After the recommendation was issued on March […]
After recent news of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) reaching the United States, communities across the country are cancelling school and sporting events, and locals are making a mad dash to buy all the water and toilet paper at Wal-Mart. During this time of fear and anxiety for many, much misinformation is spread about infectious disease. […]
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