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EvaClean Pledges to Help Establish Safer Electrostatic Disinfection Standards

Two men from different backgrounds, one a green technologist and new father, the other a serial entrepreneur and renowned safety advocate, shared a vision of less toxic disinfection practices. Both believed current cleaning methods were no longer acceptable, often causing more harm than good, and felt compelled to find a healthier solution.

USDA's Food Safety Tips for Hurricane Michael

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service is issuing food safety recommendations for those who may be impacted by Hurricane Michael.The National Hurricane Center expects storm surge and hurricane force winds in portions of Florida, Georgia and Alabama.

Romaine, Blockchain, and the Future of Food Safety

Romaine lettuce dominated headlines this spring, when nearly 100 people became ill after eating romaine tainted with E.coli. This particular strain of bacteria was especially strong, with half of the people affected requiring hospitalization.

Survey: Restroom Reviews Impact Restaurant Visits

A vast majority of Americans say that negative online reviews about restrooms would deter them from visiting a hotel (91 percent) or a restaurant (89 percent), according to a recent survey commissioned by Sofidel, a leading global provider of paper for hygienic and domestic use.

Home Food Delivery Services Draw Food Safety Interest

In a recent meeting of the Association of Food and Drug Officials (2018 AFDO annual conference in Burlington, Vermont), home food delivery services drew great interest due to potential for home delivery services to result in consumer level food safety outbreaks because of the lack of industry and governmental food safety controls.

Pure Bioscience Responds to Latest Outbreak Tied to Romaine Lettuce

PURE Bioscience, Inc., creator of the patented silver dihydrogen citrate (SDC) antimicrobial, responded to the current widespread foodborne illness outbreak associated with romaine lettuce. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have recommended consumers avoid all forms of romaine lettuce due to growing numbers of consumers being infected with E.

How to Prepare Your Restaurant for Summer Pests

During the hot, summer months, going out and enjoying a nice meal with friends and family can be a relaxing experience. Just as guests pour into your restaurant to escape the blazing heat, other undesirable visitors, such as pests, do the same.

Survey Reveals Chefs' Top Food Safety Concerns

A new survey conducted by Rubbermaid Commercial Products reveals No. 1 concern for chefs about cross contamination is their customers getting sick. Findings also disclosed nearly two-thirds of chefs worry about how cross-contamination could damage their reputation, especially in the age of social media when more consumers trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations.

Winter Storm Food Safety Tips to Follow

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service is issuing food safety recommendations for those who may be impacted by a major winter storm on the East Coast.The National Weather Service expects freezing rain, snow and ice accumulations across much of the East Coast.

Nomination Period Now Open for The Sani Awards

Sani Professional, the food safety division of Professional Disposables International (PDI), and the Sani Professional Food Safety Advisory Council (SPFSAC) is calling for nominations in support of The Sani Awards.

A Restaurant's Survival Guide to Natural Disasters

The news has been hard to miss lately. Four major hurricanes hurtled toward American shores, knocking out power, flooding buildings, and ruining lives and businesses in one fell swoop.And many experts agree these catastrophic events are only going to get worse and more frequent.

Critical Food Safety Tips for Hurricane Irma

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is issuing food safety recommendations for those who may be impacted by Hurricane Irma.The National Hurricane Center reports that severe hurricane conditions are expected over portions of the Florida peninsula and the Florida Keys beginning Saturday night.

How Fast Rats Can Breed is Terrifying

This probably isn’t a question you’ve asked yourself lately, but perhaps that should change.How many descendants could a pair of rats produce in three years?

Maggiano’s, Burtons Grill Top Allergy-Friendly List

AllergyEats, the leading guide to allergy-friendly restaurants in the U.S., just released its 2017 list of the Top 10 Most Allergy-Friendly Restaurant Chains nationwide. The chains on this prestigious list hold the highest ratings on the AllergyEats app and website, per feedback from the food allergy community.

What to Look for When Buying Fresh Shellfish

Nothing ruins a shellfish meal like a mouthful of sand. Keep the sand on the beach where it belongs and eat only the freshest shellfish by taking some pointers from Executive Chef Dusmane Tandia Abdoulaye of Mastro’s Steakhouse New York City on how to buy, prepare, and plate your favorite kind of shellfish.