Valentine’s Day is an occasion many of us dine out for an intimate evening and then maybe see a movie. Don’t let food illness make the occasion memorable for the wrong reasons. Leftovers are only safe for 2 hours at room temperature and won’t last through a movie.
The big game is over and you have party food leftovers. If your food has been at room temperature longer than 2 hours – it can have bacterial growth and produce toxins. There are some important rules about leftovers you need to follow to ensure no one gets foodborne illness.
World Cancer Day is February 4th. Having cancer can make you more susceptible to many infections, including foodborne illness. Practice food safety by being vigilant when handling, cooking, and consuming foods.
By following simple food safety rules from our game-winning playbook, you’ll provide the best defense to avoid letting your teammates get sacked by foodborne illness this Super Bowl. You may also get voted as MVP for best Super Bowl party host!
Super Bowl Sunday is about much more than football. Good friends – great food – sounds like a good time right? on’t let this day – filled with a variety of mouth-watering appetizers – end in food illness. Follow a food safety playbook to help you keep your Super Bowl food both safe and delicious!
National Spaghetti Day on January 4 is not only a great time to enjoy that long, thin cylindrical pasta, but also a perfect time to practice food safety when serving and storing spaghetti pasta leftovers. Food safety tips and restaurant deals:
A juice cleanse is a tasty and relaxing way for your body to detoxify. But, did you know that when fruits and vegetables are fresh-squeezed or used raw, bacteria from the produce can end up in your juice or cider – unless handled properly?