FDA role in New York food safety

Who is the FDA Food Safety Code New York FDA, through its Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (CFSAN), regulates foods other than the meat, poultry, and egg products regulated by FSIS. FDA is also responsible for the safety of drugs, medical devices, biologics, animal feed and drugs, cosmetics, and radiation emitting devices. The Read more about FDA role in New York food safety[…]

Cockroaches in Restaurants food safety protection

Cockroaches in Restaurants. Some interesting info we found on cockroaches. According to Servsafe it is key we check out delivery for any signs of pests. Why? It’s our responsibilities as certified food safety managers to look for signs of insect or rodent infestation, tampering, ect. Did you know insects such as roaches can plant eggs Read more about Cockroaches in Restaurants food safety protection[…]

Food Managers Safety Hand Washing Tips Servsafe NY

Food Safety Managers Tips on Washing hands Do you have dirty money? Well so you know all of it is. At least the one’s in circulation. Your wallet is a portable petri dish too. It is said that 94% of the bills that have been tested, harbored pathogens. Further, scientists have found that a single Read more about Food Managers Safety Hand Washing Tips Servsafe NY[…]

Listeria in NY & CT Servsafe Food Safety

What is Listeria. Health Department NY, CT Listeriosis is a serious infection usually caused by eating food contaminated with the bacterium Listeria monocytogenes. An estimated 1,600 people get listeriosis each year, and about 260 die. The infection is most likely to sicken pregnant women and their newborns, adults aged 65 or older, and people with Read more about Listeria in NY & CT Servsafe Food Safety[…]

Why the Food Manager’s Safety Protection Sanitary Certification

Why the Food Manager’s Safety Protection Sanitary Certification Many people may be asking why do I need this certification? I bake break. Why do I need this course and certification I have been working with food for over 15 years I know it all. Why does the Health Department want to make my life difficult? Read more about Why the Food Manager’s Safety Protection Sanitary Certification[…]

Servsafe Prevent Cross-Contamination Westchester NY

Cleaning and Sanitizing Practices That Will Prevent Cross-Contamination. Westchester Food Safety No matter how carefully food is cooked, without a clean and sanitized environment, pathogens can be quickly transferred to both cooked and uncooked food. To prevent cross-contamination from surfaces, the correct cleaning and sanitizing procedures must be followed.   Cleaning and Sanitizing. Food-contact surfaces Read more about Servsafe Prevent Cross-Contamination Westchester NY[…]

New York Food Safety Compliance Evaluation Checklist

For many of us opening a food establishment is a struggle. Many of us are confused and ask many many questions. Here are a few: What do we need? What does the Health Department want from me? What is food safety? What products do I need what products do I not need? What will make Read more about New York Food Safety Compliance Evaluation Checklist[…]

How to Thaw Foods Servsafe Westchester

Thawing Foods How to the Servsafe way Westchester NY As soon as raw or cooked meat, poultry or egg products begin to thaw and become warmer than 41 °F, bacteria that may have been present before freezing can begin to multiply. Perishable foods should never be thawed on the counter or in hot water and Read more about How to Thaw Foods Servsafe Westchester[…]

Cleaning in the shop Servsafe

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), an estimated 48 million Americans (or roughly 1 in 6 people) become sick from food borne diseases every year. With this in mind, it’s important to recognize the significance of a proper sanitation program and how to best achieve one in any foodservice operation. Knowing Read more about Cleaning in the shop Servsafe[…]

Salmonella and Food Managers Safety Certification CT

Salmonella and Food Managers Safety Certification Salmonella food poisoning facts. Salmonella bacteria live in the intestinal tract of humans and animals and are excreted in feces. Salmonella infection occurs from consumption of raw meats and eggs, contaminated dairy foods such as unpasteurized (raw) milk, or fruits and vegetables contaminated by food handlers. You usually get Read more about Salmonella and Food Managers Safety Certification CT[…]