FOOD SAFETY PLAN FOR CRAFT BREWERS

FOOD SAFETY PLAN FOR CRAFT BREWERS

For many years, breweries have leaned on the assertion that there are no known pathogens (bacteria, viruses or other microorganisms that can cause disease) that can survive in beer. Brewers have often used this as justification for not implementing the same control measures found in other food manufacturing facilities.

The nexus between One Health, nutrition and food safety

The nexus between One Health, nutrition and food safety

One Health is a useful paradigm for framing complex public health issues. Applying its approaches contributes to improvements in animal and human health, addressing new global and public health challenges collaboratively and improving veterinary and human health education and training.

Food Safety Hazards And Seafood Trends

Food Safety Hazards And Seafood Trends

Raw seafood dishes have been popular and trendy in North America for the past few years. Celebirty chefs on cooking shows often prepare raw seafood dishes such as salmon tartare, poke, sushi, sashimi, ceviche, raw oysters and clams, tuna carpaccio, just to name a few. People with weakened immunity, elderly, pregnant women and young children are at higher risk for foodborne illness and should not eat raw or partially cooked food.

11 Food Safety Tips

This holiday season and throughout the year, families gather to share in holiday food and the fun events. There are many chances to come in contact with unsafe food handling practices. By following these 11 food safety tips, we can reduce the risk of foodborne illness.