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Month: January 2019

Agriculture Myths

Food Policy,Food Safety | January 15, 2019

Everywhere you read, you can find myths on every subject available. While there are a few myths that turn out to be true, most are not. Taking the time to research them, most myths are found to have no proof… read more

NonStick Pans Are Toxic!

Food Safety,Our Blog | January 11, 2019

I know what you’re thinking: “No, my nonstick pans from Ikea are safe!” Well, I have some bad news for you, and you might not like it. The truth is, even though nonstick pans might be safer today then they… read more

Bruce Who? Raw Milk From Pennsylvania Linked to Brucella Infection

Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls,Raw Milk | January 10, 2019

Raw milk is in the news again.  Is it Listeria? E. coli?  Nope.  This time for an illness known as Brucella.  A New York resident has fallen ill with RB51 – a strain of the bacteria Brucella abortus, according to… read more

How the Government Shutdown Effects Food Safety

Food Safety,Our Blog | January 9, 2019

With the government shut down entering its 18th day, the third longest of twenty-one shutdowns on record, people are starting to wonder what that means for agencies like the FDA and USDA. There have been highly publicized effects of the… read more

Beef Recall; It’s Not For Dinner (Again)

E. coli,Food Safety,Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls | January 8, 2019

JBS USA is the Nation’s largest beef processor and the recalls are flying out yet again. This time nearly 50 tons of ground beef have been pulled from shelves due to Ecoli. CBS News reported the following: Swift Beef Co…. read more

Avoiding Salmonella with a Special Focus on Children and the Elderly

Food Safety,Salmonella | January 7, 2019

Salmonella seems to be the bacteria we can’t get away from. Just recently, ninety-two people across twenty-nine states have fallen ill with an infection due to an antibiotic resistant bacteria. What kind of bacteria is it? You guessed it! Salmonella…. read more

Automatic Kitchen Opens in Beijing

Food Policy,Food Safety | January 6, 2019

In late October of 2018, robots took over the cooking in Beijing making automatic kitchen become a reality. I know what you are thinking; more than likely the same thing as me– Cue The Jetsons theme song. But hear this… read more

What’s in Your Kitchen?  A Week in Recalls: Sunflower Butter, Potato Chips, Milk, Packaged Sandwiches.

Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls | January 5, 2019

MakeFoodSafe.com would like to help you keep your family safe from unsafe foods.  Each week we bring together a list of the current recalls.  Putting recalled lots, UPC codes, and contact information for recalled products in one convenient place helps… read more

Adam Bros. Red Lettuce Recall

E. coli,Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls | January 5, 2019

A Santa Maria, California farm that has been linked to the romaine lettuce warning from the CDC on the eve of Thanksgiving has issued a voluntary recall for several other produce items. Red lettuce, green lettuce, and cauliflower items produced… read more

Possible Food Poisoning Outbreak at Barbarie’s Black Angus Grill in Danbury

Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls | January 5, 2019

When we go out to a restaurant, we normally do so with expectation that the food provided there will be tasty, enjoyable, and most importantly: not give us food poisoning. However, according to news reports, officials have been investigating a… read more