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Tag: food safety

Agritourism and COVID-19 Prevention

Many workplaces, schools, and social venues have been shut down. One thing remains: Everyone still needs to eat. It’s more critical than ever to keep domestic farming, ranching and associated food processing, packing, and distribution up and running,… Read More

Protect Yourself and Prevent the Spread of Germs and Viruses

Proper Handwashing Can Reduce the Number of Harmful Microorganisms on Your Hands Handwashing is one of the best ways to protect ourselves and families from getting sick.  Germs are everywhere so you need to wash your hands often… Read More

Think Nutrition and Wellness During a Quarantine

Many families and consumers are wondering about how to prepare for meals and wellness during a two-week quarantine. This is a new concept, yet it is very similar to preparing for a hurricane. You may be faced with… Read More

Preventing the Spread of Germs and Viruses

There are many germs, microorganisms and viruses in our environment. With a healthy immune system and cooking food to the proper temperature along with proper handwashing, we can usually fight off these germs and stay healthy. How do… Read More

First multi-stakeholder Swine Day in Cambodia educates about disease, opportunity

In April 2019, the Cambodian government confirmed the presence of African Swine Fever, which is extremely fatal to pigs and has spread into nine east Asian countries since 2018. The disease can devastate the holdings of pig farmers,… Read More

ServSafe Training in Broward

The University of Florida’s Food Safety and Quality Program provides training which enables food managers and staff to offer Florida consumers food that is prepared in a clean and safe environment. The ServSafe Manager’s class and exam will… Read More

Super Bowl-54 Salad Options

Many people enjoy a variety of fun and tasty foods when watching the Super Bowl. Some are healthier than others!  Why not incorporate a large fresh salad bowl as a nutritious option for you and your guests? Are… Read More