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Cyber Monday? Leftover day — trash em' if you've got em'

By News Desk

According to food safety guidelines from most public health agencies, today is the last day to safely eat refrigerated leftovers from Thursday's holiday meal, and if you didn't get them into cold storage within two hours of the feasting, you should have tossed them on Thanksgiving Day. For the coming holiday season and all through... Continue Reading

Rise of technology in food safety

By Laura Mushrush

pH meters, infrared thermometers, wearable prompting guides and automatic cleaning systems are just a few of the many technology advancements the food industry has seen in the last 20 years says NSF's Rade Jankovic, Senior Account Manager of Retail Food Services. As paper back documentation systems are replaced by digital platforms, education and technology investments need... Continue Reading

Briefly: Fly footprints — Papaya popularity — Kangaroo burgers

By News Desk

Every hour of every day people around the world are living with and working to resolve food safety issues. Here is a sampling of current headlines for your consumption, brought to you today with the support of Alchemy Systems. Fly me to the moon Fly barf and poop have long been associated with human illness,... Continue Reading

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