The Poo Fighters Rock Food Safety Training in Minnesota

Great! Unique way to present info! Fun and kept my attention for the whole time! Very entertaining as well as informational. I teach food safety/cooking classes at the center for independent living and this will be very helpful.  These raves were for the Minnesota…

Go 40 or Below

For more campaign resources, please visit the sections below:   Check it out! In this 30 second video, food safety expert Dr. Robert Gravani of Cornell University talks about one of the most effective ways that consumers can reduce their risk of foodborne illness….

Culinary Arts Students Make Food Safety Visit to Elementary School

Culinary Arts students at the Caldwell County Area Technology Center in Kentucky brought valuable food safety messages to younger kids at Caldwell County Elementary and Primary Schools. In just a few days, kids learned all about handwashing, food temperatures and the “Danger Zone”, kitchen safety,…

Shopping Tips

Once you’ve selected your menu and collected all the recipes, purchase all non-perishables ahead of time (Check the local newspaper and web sites for holiday food coupons and grocery store bargains!) Shop for fresh items (perishables) on your final shopping trip. Remember to order…

The Countdown

4-3 Weeks ahead: Invite guests, asking everyone to RSVP at least two weeks before Thanksgiving. Find out if your guests have special dietary requirements. Make sure you have enough tables, chairs, glassware and dinnerware or make arrangements to borrow or purchase 2 Weeks ahead: …

Planning Tips

Invite guests, asking everyone to RSVP before the event so you know how much Find out if your guests have special dietary requirements. Make sure you have enough tables, chairs, glassware and dinnerware or make arrangements to borrow or purchase Decide on the menu…

Brilliant Buffets and Party Platters

Download a Healthy Guests: Happy Holidays flyer  A popular way to celebrate holidays or any party occasion is to invite friends and family to a buffet. However, this type of food service, where foods may be out for long periods leaves the door open…

Lots of Leftovers

When preparing for your family meal or special event, remember that there may be an invisible enemy ready to strike. It’s called BAC (foodborne bacteria), and it can make you sick. Lots of food can create opportunities for mishandling and contamination. After the meal,…

Handling Ingredients

Our Holiday meal favorites are foods made from scratch! Here are guidelines for the safe handling of a few of the ingredients that go into your holiday dishes. Foodborne illness can strike anyone. But If you are preparing foods for people who are at a higher…

Safe Holiday Meal Tips and Planning

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