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December Cartoon: Holiday Snack
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Happy Holidays from StateFoodSafety.com! We hope your holidays are filled with a lot of safe, delicious food and holiday cheer! Help your staff remember the importance of time and temperature control by using the following activity. This activity will help them understand what they need to do, when and how they need to do it, and […]
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Training Tip: HACCP Plans
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HACCP, or Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points, can sound intimidating, especially to new employees. Make sure that your employees understand your HACCP plan so they know how important it is. Here are some simple questions to ask about HACCP to discuss with your employees: Why do we have a HACCP plan? The purpose of […]
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November Cartoon: The Thanksgiving Thaw
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Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and if you’re hosting that big turkey dinner, it’s time to start thinking about how you are going to thaw out your turkey. As you plan your Thanksgiving meal, make sure to plan for time to thaw your turkey in one of the following safe ways: 1. Thaw in the refrigerator. Thawing […]
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How Your Health Inspector Could Save Your Business
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“Health inspection today.” These words can make any manager’s stomach drop to the floor. Even if everything is picture perfect, anxiety is still likely to hit during an inspection. A visit from a health inspector can be daunting and many people feel like it is a test that they are bound to fail. Fortunately, inspections […]
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Time/Temperature Control for Safety (TCS) Foods Poster
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Some foods grow bacteria more easily and quickly than other foods. These foods are known as time/temperature control for safety (TCS) foods because they require certain time and temperature controls to prevent unsafe bacteria growth. These foods are sometimes called potentially hazardous foods (PHFs) because they become hazardous if their bacteria growth is not controlled. […]
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