Prof. Keith Warriner (food safety)

[music] So, what our research is about is food safety, food microbiology specifically. And really what we’re trying to do is either prevent or remove pathogens when they’re getting to the food to make it safer. There’s around eight million cases of food-borne illness in Canada each year. So, what we really aim to do … “Prof. Keith Warriner (food safety)”

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What’s Really in Your Meat? | Consumer Reports

[MUSIC PLAYING] From the moment a carcass starts on its way along the line, federal meat inspectors stand guard to protect you, the consumer. All meat that passes inspection is stamped with a round purple mark wholesomeness. I first heard about this story because Consumer Reports came across some data released from the USDA, that … “What’s Really in Your Meat? | Consumer Reports”

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Why You Should Stop Thawing Frozen Steaks Before Cooking

Ever decided that what you’re really craving for dinner or breakfast, we won’t judge is a nice, juicy steak? You could always hit up your local steakhouse, sure, but maybe it’s a week from payday and you’re not feeling like a big spender. Lucky you, you just remembered that the grocery store recently had a … “Why You Should Stop Thawing Frozen Steaks Before Cooking”

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Prepare frozen chicken products safely

Which one is raw? Both Frozen raw breaded chicken products can cause food poisoning. Always cook them completely following package instructions. Learn more: Canada.ca/FoodSafety A message from the government of Canada.

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Fireworks, Pool Parties, and Alcohol: Five Safety Tips for the Fourth of July

Welcome to Dr. David Eifrig’s Health & Wealth Bulletin, a publication of Stansberry Research. This is Weekly Update. Our office is going to be closed next Wednesday for the Fourth of July. We won’t be publishing, but we are making it this week’s topic. Now, you probably didn’t know, but the Fourth is actually the … “Fireworks, Pool Parties, and Alcohol: Five Safety Tips for the Fourth of July”

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Is it Safe to Eat Leftovers? | #aumsum

It’s AumSum Time. Is it Safe to Eat Leftovers? Yaa!! I eat my burgers even if they are a week old. Ewwww. According to experts. The leftovers are safe to eat if we follow the 2-2-4 rule. Here, the first 2 indicates that. We should refrigerate leftover food within two hours of cooking. This is … “Is it Safe to Eat Leftovers? | #aumsum”

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MicroSnap Coliform for Milk Samples using Enhanced Nutrient Broth

Welcome to Hygiena’s instructional video on MicroSnap Coliform for milk samples. MicroSnap Coliform has AOAC approval for the detection of Coliform in milk to a spec of less than 10 CFU per ml but some dairies may wish to operate a tighter specification of 1 CFU per ml or less. To achieve this tighter specification, … “MicroSnap Coliform for Milk Samples using Enhanced Nutrient Broth”

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USDA Cooking Guidance For Pork, Red Meats

THERE’S A NEW RECOMMENDED TEMPERATURE AND PROCEDURE FOR COOKING PORK. THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE SAYS THE NEW TWO-STEP PROCESS IS DESIGNED TO PREVENT FOODBORNE ILLNESS:FIRST, PORK ROASTS AND CHOPS SHOULD REACH A SAFE MINIMUM INTERNAL TEMPERATURE OF 145 DEGREES FARENHEIT, BEFORE REMOVING FROM THE HEAT SOURCE AND AS MEASURED WITH A FOOD THERMOMETER. SECOND, … “USDA Cooking Guidance For Pork, Red Meats”

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How Chipotle made hundreds of people barf

In the last half of 2015, around 500 people in states ranging from California to Massachusetts had two things in common: They all ate at Chipotle, and they all had severe diarrhea. Every year there are hundreds of food poisoning outbreaks in the US, but it’s unusual for one company to see six outbreaks, from … “How Chipotle made hundreds of people barf”

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