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The Dirty Truth About Ice

Food Safety,Our Blog | March 26, 2019

Ice– something most of us use on a daily basis but especially when we are making special drink concoctions with all of the special events and holidays we have had lately. The summer is coming up in just a few… read more

What Are the Health Risks of Pesticide Residue on Food?

Food Policy,Food Safety,Our Blog | March 25, 2019

If you’re worried about the effect of pesticides in your food, then you’ve come to the right place. While pesticides are used to reduce crop damage due to weeds, rodents, insects, and other germs, they’ve also been known to cause… read more

Agricultural Practices Defend Against Ecoli with 8 Simple Principles

E. coli,Food Policy,Food Safety | March 2, 2019

There have been plenty of examples of mass produce recalls in the past few years.  There have been some historic record-breaking outbreaks and trends.  Eggs, beef, romaine, romaine, romaine…  You get the jist of it. But how do we prevent… read more

Scrape Off the Mold or Toss the Jar?

Food Policy,Food Safety,Our Blog | March 1, 2019

Theresa May is fully jam-packed right now, with some consequential decisions in line covering Brexit and all that, but when it comes to the actual jam – the kind that is made from fruits – she knows exactly what to… read more

The FDA Food Supplement Overhaul

Food Policy,Food Safety | February 27, 2019

For years, the FDA has had a somewhat laissez-faire attitude towards dietary supplements. Now, for the first time in more than 25 years, they’re shaking up their act. That’s according to commissioner Scott Gottlieb, who announced on Monday that the… read more

What You Need to Know About Brexit and Food Safety

Food Policy,Food Safety | January 20, 2019

A former environment minister in the United Kingdom has said that the country’s food safety may be compromised by a free trade agreement with the United States, according to reporting by The Guardian. Lord Deben, who served as environmental minister… read more

Get Some Culture: A Guide to Culture Independent Diagnostic Tests vs Benefits of Culture

Food Policy,Outbreaks & Recalls,Science | July 29, 2018

Doctors and Epidemiologists share some common goals, but sometimes their perspectives diverge.  Doctors and Epidemiologist alike want to identify what is making patients sick so that they can receive the appropriate treatment.  Each would also like this answer as soon… read more

Blockchain and Food Safety – Are the Two Really Related?

Food Policy,Food Safety | July 28, 2018

Let’s talk blockchain. Wait a minute, don’t leave. I’m not talking about Bitcoin or Cryptocurrency. I’m here to talk about blockchain and our food system. It’s not as scary as you think. Actually, once we understand the basics, we will… read more

Getting the A+: Restaurant Inspections and Food Safety

Food Policy,Food Safety | July 27, 2018

Most of us really enjoy dining at restaurants. I know I do. But how can we be sure that the food we consume is safe to eat? With all the recent recalls involving everything from lettuce, meat, melons and even… read more

Report Foodborne Illness and Save a Life!

Food Policy,Food Safety,Outbreaks & Recalls | June 29, 2018

We’ve all been there at some point in our lives.  We are feeling just fine, and then all of the sudden it hits you.  Like a ton of bathroom bricks.  It might start with a bit of diarrhea.  It’s just… read more