Category: Food Safety

EVENT: Lost in label-land? We can help.

Organic. Free range. Natural. USDA certified. Grown locally. Cage free. NSF. FSIS. Choice. Prime. Locally sourced. Get dizzy trying to keep up with – let alone make sense of – the array of labels and acronyms and designations on… Read More

Edible Bugs and Eating Insects

Insects may play a significant role in food security as the world’s population continues to grow as does the need for food. Eating insects is a hot topic and is beyond eating “ants- on- a -log” made with… Read More

All About Cottage Food

The Florida Cottage Food Law of 2011 has opened many opportunities for up-and-coming food entrepreneurs in the state. This allows individuals to manufacture, sell, and store certain types of food products in an unlicensed home kitchen located at… Read More

Considering Iguana Meat as Protein? Consider Food Safety First

DAVIE, Fla. – Iguanas seem to be gaining ground in South Florida thanks to a perfect storm of conditions. The hot weather combined with few natural enemies and an endless array of tropical vegetation and easily accessible food… Read More

Grade Your Kitchen’s Cleanliness

Article and audio introduction by Samantha Kennedy, Family and Consumer Sciences If you are anything like me, kitchen cleanliness is very important. Everything is tidy and in its place, there is no expired food in the pantry or… Read More