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Things to Remember When Dining Out

Things to Remember When Dining Out

Michelle Roebuck December 2, 2016 0

We all love meeting friends for drinks, taking our sweetheart out to dinner, or catching up with family over Sunday brunch.  The best part is, we don’t have to cook or clean up! Sometimes

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The Food Industry in Focus for 2016 and Beyond

The Food Industry in Focus for 2016 and Beyond

Michelle Roebuck November 25, 2016 0

Is food safety being sacrificed in favor of increased output? The short answer is: nope. The long answer is: nope, but food safety trends show more reasons to expand the definition of food safety

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5 Food Festivals You Should Not Miss Before 2016 Ends

5 Food Festivals You Should Not Miss Before 2016 Ends

Michelle Roebuck November 25, 2016 0

December is the month to cast aside your diet and be a little naughty (or maybe a lot). And the holiday season offers so many delicious opportunities for indulgence. It may be the last

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Five Deadly Foodborne Diseases and How to Stop Them

Five Deadly Foodborne Diseases and How to Stop Them

Michelle Roebuck November 22, 2016 0

Every year in the United States, 48 million people fall ill because of pathogen-contaminated food, about 128,000 of them get sick enough to be hospitalized, with 3,000 dying from their infections. The numbers are

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How to Get your Food Handler Certificate in Texas

How to Get your Food Handler Certificate in Texas

Michelle Roebuck November 14, 2016 0

Planning on working in Texas as a food handler or server?  There is lots of opportunity in Texas more than 93,000 bars and restaurants at last count. First though, you will need to get

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Children’s Health Month Means Freedom from Scary Foods

Children’s Health Month Means Freedom from Scary Foods

Michelle Roebuck October 7, 2016 0

Children’s Health Month. The idea conjures up images of flu shots and car seats.  But something children come in contact with every day can be particularly hazardous: the food they eat.  Here are some

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Food Safety a Top Priority as Hurricane Matthew Closes In

Food Safety a Top Priority as Hurricane Matthew Closes In

Michelle Roebuck October 7, 2016 0

Whether it be a hurricane like Matthew or any event that leaves residents without power for an extended time, food safety must be top of mind.  The U.S. Department of Agriculture is recommending several

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