Your refrigerator was full of colorful fruits and vegetables after your last trip to the grocery store, but it’s been a while since then. Some of the produce looks a little… off, but not terrible. How do you really know when something isn’t good to eat anymore? Here’s a handy guide and a few tips… Read more »
You can’t see germs that cause food poisoning, but they can be lurking in the food you eat. Every year, 1 in 6 Americans get sick from a food borne illness. Some end up hospitalized and some even die. As scary as that sounds, there are steps you can take to reduce the risk of… Read more »
This week is Handwashing Awareness Week 2015, a reminder that good food safety and infectious disease prevention starts with the simple act of washing your hands.