Latest News from the Partnership for Food Safety Education

Making Family Memories with Safe Recipes

Many of us have fond memories of cooking with our parents or grandparents, baking cookies or preparing holiday meals. When looking for fun activities to do with kids, one great-grandmother went a step further. Barb the Great, as she’s known by her family, works with brothers Cole and Clayton to enter cooking contests. She does all the research and each…

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Prep Yourself: Food Is On the Way!

Responding to the increasing use of food delivery services and as National Food Safety Education Month kicks off, the Partnership for Food Safety Education (PFSE) has launched a new national campaign to help food delivery users ensure the safety of their delivered foods. Prep Yourself: Food Is on the Way, the first national food safety campaign specifically…

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BAC Fighter Marie Engages Students in Safe Cooking

Marie Canesi is a culinary teacher at the League School of Greater Boston. The school’s mission is “to help students with Autism develop to their fullest potential in every aspect of their lives; social, emotional, academic, and behavioral.” For the past eight years Marie has been in the kitchen with her students, teaching them how to…

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Kids Cook Up a Healthy Tomorrow!

Today is World Food Safety Day! Let’s inspire young people to take charge of their own healthy, safe meals. When young people prepare their own meals and snacks they are doing more than feeding themselves. A study from the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior suggests…

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Young Cooks Recipe Challenge Combines Science & Fun!

Research shows that when recipes contain food safety instructions, people follow them. In fact, 90% of people washed their hands using recipes with safety instructions, compared to just 59% who washed hands while preparing food without safety instructions…

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Be Aware & Prepare: Your Home Food Safety

In recent research released by the USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service (Year 3 findings), 53% of respondents to a national survey reported having someone at higher risk of foodborne illness in their household. Someone at higher risk could be a young child, an elderly person, a pregnant family member, or a loved…

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Food Delivered with a Side of Safety

During the COVID-19 pandemic, nearly everyone made changes in how they purchase food and prepared meals. Concerns about in-store shopping and a scarcity of essential items gave rise to a new or increased reliance on delivery options. According to Nielsen IQ, online food and beverage sales…

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