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Tag: Salmonella

Food Safety: Safe Egg Handling Tips  

Eggs are a nutritious and an economical food choice and can be part of a healthy diet. Eggs and egg dishes are often served during the holidays and at parties.  It is important that you follow food safety recommendations, when handling and preparing fresh eggs to keep you and your family… Read More

Graduate Student Feature: Amy Jones, Food Science

Greetings to Amy Jones, a graduate student in the Ph.D. in Food Science program and a wonderful addition to the Discover FSHN Series! Amy is a student of Dr. Keith Schneider, and her research focuses on food safety…. Read More

Food Safety Tip: Do Not Wash Raw Chicken

If you have seen it written in any cookbook or have read materials out there telling you to wash raw chicken, it is a dangerous practice and it is the wrong thing to do, according to the latest… Read More

Backyard poultry linked to recent salmonella outbreaks

By Dr. Maria Rometo Extension Agent II Recent Salmonella outbreaks associated with backyard poultry handling have infected more than 600 people in 45 states, including Florida, prompting health experts to re-issue guidelines for poultry handling. The outbreaks have… Read More

How to Prevent Salmonella Infection

How to Prevent Salmonella Infection

Salmonella bacteria can be found in many different places and in a variety of animal species. Salmonella can most frequently be found in foods such as raw meats, particularly poultry. It can also be transferred to soil, water, and… Read More