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Why Food Safety and Education is More Important than Ever Before

Thanks to several highly-publicized hospitalizations and deaths from improper food handling, food safety has maintained a large presence in public health for several years. However, in the Read more

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Why Food Safety and Education is More Important than Ever Before
September 29, 2020
Thanks to several highly-publicized hospitalizations and deaths from improper food handling, food safety has maintained a large presence in public health for several years. However, in the Read more
Stopping the Next Foodborne Outbreak Before It Occurs
September 11, 2019
  It seems like every year, at least one foodborne outbreak terrorizes the nation, prompting Americans to throw away millions of tons of food. On this week’s podcast, food safety advocate Read more