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The Rise in Adult Food Allergies

Food Allergens,Our Blog | April 4, 2019

You find yourself lurching over the toilet, alternating vomiting and experiencing diarrhea. Not a particularly nice way to begin an article, but be patient: a point is in the making. Sounds like a foodborne illness, but no. This culprit may… read more

A Peanut Allergy Cure on the Horizon?

Food Allergens,Food Safety,Our Blog | March 3, 2019

Long have medical professionals sought to desensitize the allergic to their allergens through low levels of exposure – think an allergy vaccine. And according to a report from the Washington Post, a company called Aimmune is seeking to curb peanut… read more

Undeclared Allergens

Food Allergens,Food Policy,Food Safety | January 25, 2019

A few topics get a lot of coverage here at MakeFoodSafe. Salmonella outbreaks of various kinds. Ecoli outbreaks as well. Food safety tips for the upcoming holiday or for a specific event. Coverage of new advances in food safety technology… read more

Teal Pumpkins for Halloween, Kids Love Them

Food Allergens,Food Safety | October 15, 2018

Witches, cats, and Halloween bats; all staples to this Fall Holiday. But, there’s a new breakout tradition. It’s the color Teal. I know what you’re thinking, “No, Orange and Black or nothing at all.” I get it, but hear me… read more

Restaurant Food Fraud: When It Says Organic, But the Product Says Otherwise

Food Policy,Food Safety | September 27, 2018

Organic foods have seen a rise in the past several years and have become a big business with homes across America using more and more organic foods in their daily lives. A whopping 82% of families consume $45 billion in… read more

The Plants of Survival: When Every Bite Counts

Food Insecurity,Food Safety | September 9, 2018

You’ve put yourself in a camping predicament. Your easy-eats have run out, and you are hungry. When was the last time you had food? It’s been a while and you’re becoming very uneasy about your situation. It doesn’t matter anymore… read more

What’s in Your Kitchen? A Week in Recalls: Tea, Submarine Sandwiches, and Quesadillas.

Outbreaks & Recalls | August 3, 2018 would like to help you keep your family safe from unsafe foods.  Each week we bring together a list of the current recalls.  Some recalls are issued due to undeclared allergens, which could cause serious or life-threatening allergic reaction… read more

We Need to Do Better, Food Companies! Food Allergens Are Serious.

Food Allergens | July 27, 2018

Recently, the news was flooded with a story about a young lady merely 15 years old passed away after consuming Chips Ahoy cookies that she thought were plain chocolate chip. In reality, these cookies contained peanut butter associated with a… read more

Fool Me Once, But Don’t Fool Me Twice: What’s Going Into Our Food?

Food Policy | July 21, 2018

Take a stroll and then a gander down your local grocery store aisle, the majority of which contain processed foods on the shelves. Grab a box. Grab a can. Read the ingredient list. Try to pronounce some of those multi-syllabic… read more

What’s in Your Kitchen? Last Week in Recalls

Food Allergens,Outbreaks & Recalls | June 1, 2018 would like to help you keep your family safe from recalled and unsafe foods.  So, each week we gather a list of the current recalls issued by companies, the FDA, and the USDA.  Check back each week and evaluate… read more