UF/IFAS
What's Happening Around Florida

Home » Tag: Salmonella

Tag: Salmonella

Cut the Risk From Your Cutting Boards


January 28, 2022

The use of cutting boards during meal prep is a common practice when engaging in culinary techniques like cutting, slicing, dicing, and chopping. Cutting board options nowadays range from wood to nonporous surfaces such as plastic, glass, marble, ... READ MORE

Category: Food Safety, SFYL Hot Topic, UF/IFAS Extension, Work & Life
Tags: Campylobacter, Chill, Chopping, Clean, Cleaning, Cook, Cross-contamination, Cut The Risk From Your Cutting Board, Cutting, Cutting Board, Dicing, Food And Illness, Food Safety; Cutting Boards, Food Scientists, Food Vehicle, Foodborne Illness, Harmful Bacteria, Meal Prep, Prevent Cross Contamination, Salmonella, Sanitizing, Separate, Sick, Slicing
R&D Scientist Amy Jones Graduate Food Science | Food Science and Human Nutrition UF/IFAS

Graduate Student Feature: Amy Jones, Food Science

Avatar photo
April 5, 2021

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 on to learn about her ... READ MORE

Category:
Tags: Amy Jones, Dr. Keith Schneider, Food Safety, Food Science, Food Science And Human Nutrition, Food-science-graduate-feature, PhD Food Science, R&D Scientist, Research And Development, Salmonella, What A Food Scientist Does, What Does A Food Scientist Do

Food Safety Tip: Do Not Wash Raw Chicken


January 21, 2021

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 research. FOOD SAFETY When teaching food safety ... READ MORE

Category: Food Safety, Health & Nutrition, UF/IFAS Extension
Tags: Bacteria, Campylobacter, Chicken Juices, Chill, Clean, Cook, Cooking Chicken, Do Not Wash Raw Chicken, Food Poisoning, Food Protection, Food Safety, Harmful Germs, Kill Germs By Cooking Not Washing, Microbes, Prevent Foodborne Illness, Recommendation About Washing Chicken, Research, Salmonella, Separate, Should I Wash Raw Chicken?, Splashing Of Chicken Juices, Washing Chicken, What Internal Temperature Should I Cook Chicken To?, When In Doubt Throw It Out
How to Prevent Salmonella Infection

How to Prevent Salmonella Infection


November 23, 2015

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 kitchen surfaces ... READ MORE

Category: Food Safety, Health & Nutrition, Work & Life
Tags: Families And Consumers, Family Hot Topic, Food Safety, Foodborne Illness, Health And Nutrition, Safe Cooking Temperatures, Salmonella, Salmonella Infection, Salmonella Outbreaks, Symptoms Of Salmonella Infection

Under lab conditions, Salmonella can reach tomato fruits through leaves, IFAS study shows

Avatar photo
November 10, 2011

Caption at bottom. Click here for high-resolution image. GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Food-safety experts have long believed that Salmonella bacteria could only enter tomatoes through wounds in the stem or fruit — but a new University of Florida ... READ MORE

Category: Crops, Food Safety, UF/IFAS Research
Tags: Ariena Van Bruggen, Florida Tomato Committee, PLoS One, Reggie Brown, Salmonella, Tomatoes, Van Bruggen

Subscribe For More Great Content

IFAS Blogs Categories