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Across The Globe Our Diets Are Making Us Sicker - NPR

The good news: fewer hungry people around the world. The bad news: Increased consumption of processed foods is pushing up global rates of overweight and obesity.

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Don't let your Facility be the Next Foodborne Illness Headline on the Evening News

By Francine L. Shaw, president, Food Safety Training Solutions, Inc.

No one in the foodservice industry ever wants to discuss foodborne illnesses. Most have an attitude of “It won’t happen to me.” Yet foodborne illnesses do happen, causing many negative repercussions. 941 more words

Food Safety

Chipotle Customer Who Got E. Coli Asks for Free Burritos in Settlement

If this isn’t brand loyalty, nothing is: A Chipotle customer who was sickened in the E. coli outbreak last year asked for some free burritos… 105 more words

Why did I create KeepSafe Foods?

To transfer all the food safety skills I’ve learned as a foodservice director and certified food safety expert and explain how you can apply them to protect yourself from food poisoning, or as we in the business call it, foodborne illness. 284 more words

Bacteria Non Grata (Keeping Food Safe at Outdoor Events)

Corporate picnics, weddings, outdoor events and warm weather holiday celebrations all offer plenty of opportunities for your business to earn extra revenue. But higher summer temperatures call for additional care when it comes to keeping food safe for guests and clients. 542 more words

Cambro Products

by Dr. Gazal Goyal

My recent foray into a Food Safety Management Program and my own research into food intrigued me to dive and explore further into dangerous dimensions of Food Adulteration and its dire consequences. 1,228 more words

Food Wellness

Possible Norovirus Among Staffers At Republican National Convention

Norovirus, also known as Norwalk virus, is a fast-spreading and very unpleasant gastrointestinal illness. It thrives in environments with lots of people in close quarters, like health care facilities, … 238 more words