Safe Food & Water News Archive

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December, 2012

  • Keeping your water supply safe

    December 31, 2012 | Julie Moberg | Do you have a safe water supply on hand if you are faced with a disaster? It is important to be prepared in case of an emergency situation.

  • Gifts from the garden

    December 28, 2012 | Christine Venema | Using safe canning techniques will provide a shelf stable product and avoid deadly botulism.

  • Eggnog can be fun and safe

    December 23, 2012 | Laura Anderson | What is eggnog and is it safe?

  • Handling leftovers safely

    December 21, 2012 | Joyce McGarry | Learn to handle leftovers safely to avoid illness.

  • Making a safe holiday tradition

    December 20, 2012 | Karen Fifield | Make eggnog safe for family and friends to enjoy.

  • What organic means regarding food

    December 19, 2012 | Julie Moberg | Organic foods are produced without synthetic pesticides and fertilizers. Research shows both organic and nonorganic foods are nutritious and safe.

  • Recall plan for food businesses a priority

    December 18, 2012 | Diane L. Smith | Business owners need to ensure that they are prepared for a voluntary or involuntary recall of their food product. Creating a recall plan will ensure that a company can respond in a timely and effective manner to protect both their company and consumers.

  • Protect your food product from intentional harm with ALERT system

    December 18, 2012 | Diane L. Smith | Small and large business owners can implement strategies to protect their food product from intentional contamination with ALERT, which deals with suppliers, inventory, staff, security and threat response.

  • Keeping your baby safe when beginning solid foods

    December 17, 2012 | Julie Moberg | For a new parent, feeding your baby solid foods for the first time can be an intimidating task. This article provides safety tips for keeping meal time pleasant and rewarding for you and your baby.

  • The art of safe roasting

    December 16, 2012 | Karen Fifield | Keep your roast out of the danger zone.

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