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California Food Safety: Reviewing Food Safety Training in California

Learn the requirements for food safety training and certification in California.

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Kentucky Food Safety: Comparing the FDA and Kentucky Food Codes

Learn about Kentucky’s food safety certification and training requirements and how they compare to federal guidelines.

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Waste Not, Want Not: Effective Waste Management in Foodservice

Waste management in the food industry isn’t just a matter of sustainability but also cost control and business. Learn tips for food waste management ...

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When and How to Clean and Sanitize Food Contact Surfaces

Whether you're a seasoned chef or a new food handler, you must know how to properly clean and sanitize food contact surfaces between each use.

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Food Safety Regulations: A Brief History of the FDA and Beyond

Learn where the FDA got its start and explore the milestones that have shaped the way we protect our plates in this history of food safety ...

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How to Keep Food Safe in Self-Service Settings

From buffets to cafeteria lines, self-service is popular for its convenience and cost savings. Learn more about food safety for self-service settings!

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Ohio Food Safety: Comparing the Person-In-Charge and Manager Certifications

Learn about Ohio’s two food safety certifications and compare the credentials you may need to meet the requirements of the Ohio Department of Health.

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How to Hold an Effective Stand-Up Food Safety Training

Are you wondering how to hold an effective stand-up food safety training that your team enjoys and remembers? We’ll tell you how to do it in this ...

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How Do I Write an Emergency Response Plan for a Foodservice Establishment?

Discover essential tools to write an emergency response plan. Learn to assess risks and develop specific emergency protocols, ensuring everyone's ...

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12 Common Foodborne Illnesses and Protecting Your Customers From Them

From E. coli to salmonella, many pathogens can make your customers sick. Learn more in our guide to the twelve most common foodborne illnesses.

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