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While many diseases are transmitted from person to person, there are some illnesses that can use food as a vehicle. These are called foodborne illnesses. Because the CDC estimates that nearly 48 million Americans are sickened by foodborne illnesses each year, it’s important to take them seriously and know what to do when you or an employee is ill. The FDA has identified certain illnesses, along with their common symptoms, that […]
Anyone who’s been to Utah during the summer knows it can get hot. Temperatures between June and August in the Beehive State have averaged at least 100°F every year since 2015. In 2020, the statewide temperature average for June–August hit a whopping 120°F. That kind of heat can create additional food safety challenges for food […]
Empower Employees Through Food Safety Training When food is reheated, it passes through the temperature danger zone where bacteria multiply fastest. Whenever you reheat food, make sure to use the proper equipment to get it through the danger zone quickly. Learning Objectives You may choose to read these learning objectives with your employees as a […]
Food allergies are extremely common in the United States. In fact, FARE estimates that every three minutes someone is sent to the emergency room due to a food allergy reaction. Some allergic reactions can result in anaphylaxis, which can be life-threatening. To prevent a customer at your establishment from having an allergic reaction to their […]
Iced tea, or “ice tea” as it’s pronounced in Texas, is known for its year-round popularity in the Lone Star State. The drink inspires endless debates about the best way to prepare it. Should it be brewed in hot or cold water? Using tea bags or instant tea? Sweetened or unsweetened? Served over crushed or […]
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