What is a foodborne illness? What causes it? How can you reduce your risk of getting it? Known causes of foodborne illnesses, practicing good personal hygiene, cooking foods adequately, keeping foods ...
Preserving seafood with vinegar or citrus juices is one of the easiest food preservation methods known, but can yield a dangerous product if not properly prepared. Fish with high oil content (Chinook salmon, sturgeon, candle fish, anchovies, sardines, striped bass, and black cod) make the best pickled dishes. This publication presents a basic pickling recipe and detailed procedural information for preparing and storing safe, tasty aquatic foods.
Pressure canning is the only recommended method for canning meat, poultry, seafood, and vegetables because of the high temperature required to ensure against botulism poisoning. This publication describes canner types, safety features, maintenance needs, and provides step-by-step illustrated use instructions.
Cleaning and sanitation are critical to maintaining quality and safety in your food industry operation. Make cleaning and sanitizing programs part of your food safety culture. Here's how to make sure those doing your cleaning and sanitizing are invested in safety, adequately trained and supported in their work.