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4 Traits of Good Food Safety Manager in New Mexico

4 Traits of Good Food Safety Manager in New Mexico

Cara Pahoyo January 31, 2018 0

New Mexico is home to some outstanding restaurants, not just because of its mouthwatering dishes, but also because of the incredible brand of service and strong commitment to food safety. The state also has

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Four Traits of a Good Food Safety Manager in Texas

Four Traits of a Good Food Safety Manager in Texas

Cara Pahoyo January 31, 2018 0

  In general, the traits of a good food manager begin with excellent management and leadership skills. In addition to these skills, a good food manager must be knowledgeable of FDA and OSHA compliance

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The Rise of Foodborne Illnesses in the United States

The Rise of Foodborne Illnesses in the United States

Cara Pahoyo December 12, 2017 0

Avoiding foodborne illnesses is one of the most important, if not the most important issue in a food safety professional’s work. If you stay informed on the number, severity, and different types of food

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New TCSA Regulation: Keeping our Food Safe from Toxic Chemicals

New TCSA Regulation: Keeping our Food Safe from Toxic Chemicals

Cara Pahoyo December 7, 2017 0

Food safety is critical to everyone. The consumption of products containing chemicals or contaminants can result in minor health issues like digestive disturbances or major conditions that can precipitate long-term, perhaps life-threatening medical problems.

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Acing the Inspection: 10 Tips from the Pros

Acing the Inspection: 10 Tips from the Pros

Cara Pahoyo September 26, 2017 0

Many restaurant owners and managers find themselves stressing over upcoming health inspections. While passing an inspection can be difficult, having the right daily procedures and policies in place will help you ace your inspection

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Volunteering 101 – Understand Food Safety in Food Shelter

Volunteering 101 – Understand Food Safety in Food Shelter

Cara Pahoyo September 16, 2017 0

If you’re looking to volunteer for a food shelter, thank you. 51% of all food programs rely exclusively on volunteers, and without people like you, millions would go hungry every day. Whether it’s stacking food,

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Keeping Food Safe During an Emergency

Keeping Food Safe During an Emergency

Cara Pahoyo September 15, 2017 0

Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) is a management system from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) that addresses the safety of food via the analysis and control of various hazards. These hazards may

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