Jun 22, 2015

CFS3 Hosts 22 International Visitors through Professional Exchange Leadership Program

On June 11th the Center for Food Safety and Security Systems (CFS3) hosted visitors from around the world through the U.S. Department of State’s International Visitors Leadership Program.
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Checklist for the Perfect Summer Picnic

On a beautiful summer day, it can be fun to have a picnic outside at the park, on the beach, or even in your own backyard. Use this checklist to make sure your perfect picnic is food safe.

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Grilling Like a PRO

The first step to grilling like a PRO is to buy a food thermometer. When used correctly, a food thermometer can help keep your family safe from foodborne illness. Using a food thermometer also helps you to avoid overcooking, giving you a safe and flavorful meal.

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Abani Pradhan Received Excellence in Instruction Award

Congratulations to Dr. Abani Pradhan who received AGNR Alumni Chapter's Excellence in Instruction Award. Dr. Pradhan is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Nutrition and Food Science where he teaches multiple undergraduate and graduate level courses including Food Science and Technology, Food Safety and Nutrition Risk Assessment and Food Quality Control. He is also a faculty member of the Center for Food Safety and Security Systems (CFS3).

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Raw Pet Food

Food safety isn't just for humans. Click to learn more about pet food safety.

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BBQ+A: Answers to Your Most Common Barbeque Questions

Everyone loves a good summertime cookout. Here are some food safe guidelines to help you and your family stay food safe this grilling season.

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Food Safety for BBQ Grilling

Summer is the peak season for backyard barbeques, however it is also the prime time for foodborne illnesses. Bacteria grow fast at warmer temperatures and can make you sick—leaving you with not so good memories of your family barbeque this summer. Here are some tips to help keep you and your guests safe from foodborne illness when grilling.

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Food Safety for Road Trips

Are you traveling this summer? Like many families, you are probably taking along food to save money and time on the road. But make sure this food is stored properly. Otherwise, your family vacation could be ruined by an unwanted case of food poisoning. Use these guidelines to be sure you and your family are food safe for the next road trip.

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Food Safety for Power Outages

Whether you lose power from a hurricane, wind storm, downed tree, flood or even blizzard, food safety during severe weather is often the same. If your power goes out, you should know how to keep the food in your refrigerator and freezer safe. Follow these easy steps to save money and keep your family safe from food poisoning.

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