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Minnesota, Online Restaurant Inspections. Please! Thank you!

Food Policy,Food Safety | March 17, 2019

Here’s a trivia question for you: what is the one state in the United States that doesn’t make their restaurant inspection results available online? As the clickbait cliche goes, the answer may surprise you. It isn’t Wyoming. It isn’t Hawaii…. read more

Workplace Food Safety

Food Safety,Our Blog | March 15, 2019

Heads up: if you eat in an office and work food, you may be in danger. Wait a second – strike that and reverse it. It you work in an office and eat food, you may be in danger. Well,… read more

St. Patty’s Day Food Safety

Food Safety,Our Blog | March 13, 2019

The beginning of the year is full of holidays that everyone likes to celebrate.  March 2019 has added Fat Tuesday and Ash Wednesday to their March holiday season.  However, March 17 will always be celebrated as St. Patrick’s Day.  It… read more

The Instant Pot & Food Safety

Food Safety,Our Blog | March 11, 2019

I got on the bandwagon, recently. Yes, the Instant Pot bandwagon. I heard all of the hype, following the Pinterest boards, read recipes like I was losing my mind and suddenly I felt like I “got it” and wanted to… read more

Big Beef Wants to Stop Cell-cultured Meat

E. coli,Food Policy,Food Safety,Our Blog,Science | March 10, 2019

The National Cattleman’s Beef Association has released their list of priorities for 2019. According to a press release, they’re focusing on their efforts on a top priority that may be familiar to regular readers of this blog: stopping cell cultured… read more

Whale-Eating May Lead to Botulism

Botulism,Food Safety | March 9, 2019

The Alaska Department of Health and Social Services are investigating a botulism death and four other illnesses following a New Year’s dinner in Nome where some traditional Alaskan dishes were served. Investigation has linked the botulinum toxin to fermented Beluga… read more

Food Safety & Hydroponics

Food Safety,Our Blog | March 8, 2019

At first glance, you might expect that growing produce hydroponically would be safer than growing it in an outdoor environment. Hydroponic environments are controlled, after all. They’re indoors. You don’t have to deal with any of that nasty soil; the… read more

Food Safety Tips While Traveling

Food Safety,Our Blog | March 6, 2019

It’s March right now. We’ve just survived out of a polar vortex that brought brutal sub-zero temperatures to much of the east coast and midwest. Although temperatures have risen somewhat, many of us are still stuck inside, staring out of… read more

Let’s Catch Up on Ketchup

Food Policy,Food Safety,Our Blog | March 5, 2019

Another day, another good bit of writing from Deborah Blum, dedicated chronicler of preservatives and poisons. We’ve written about the author of The Poison Squad here at Make Food Safe before, an excellent recent book by Blum that covers the… read more

What is the Deal with Pink Slime?

Food Policy,Food Safety,Our Blog | March 5, 2019

Do you remember pink slime? The United States Department of Agriculture remembers. They’ve been pouring over literature on the stuff for six months in 2018. There were consumer reviews, panels of experts, and tours of the plant where the product… read more