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Food Safety in Dog-Friendly Restaurants

Food Safety in Dog-Friendly Restaurants

Dog-friendly restaurants have quickly become all the rage, allowing patrons to bring their four-legged friends with them for a bite to eat. In many European nations, dog-friendly restaurants, patios, cafes, pubs, and bakeries are the norm, though it’s far more complicated in the US and Canada.
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How to Develop and Reinforce Safe Food Handling Behaviour With Food Safety Training

 

How to Develop and Reinforce Safe Food Handling Behaviour With Food Safety Training

If a health inspector finds problems with a food service business, one of the standard recommendations is that food safety courses be taken by management and employees. There are several online options to choose from and evaluating them can be daunting for a time-starved manager.
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8 Unexpected Foods That Can Get You Sick

8 Unexpected Foods That Can Get You Sick

According to the Center for Disease Control, nearly one in six Americans are infected with foodborne bacteria every year. From poultry and beef to raw vegetables and eggs, there are countless food products that can get you sick if they are not handled safely. While most people are aware of the most common sources of food poisoning or foodborne illness, there are many unexpected foods that too many people don’t take seriously enough when preparing or storing. Here are 8 unexpected food products that can get you sick.
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Team Spotlight

2019-08-29 11:20 AM

Meet the Team at The Food Safety Market!

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Rodent Control and Food Safety in a Food Service Business

Rodent Control and Food Safety in a Food Service Business

A large rodent inside a Vancouver 7-Eleven beverage cooler made the news in July after being photographed and filmed by customers. This comes just four months after a March incident where a rat was found in a customer’s bread bowl at a Vancouver chowder restaurant. These recent incidents have reinforced the importance of food service businesses knowing how to prevent and control rodents, and how they affect food safety in these establishments.
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