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You Can Prevent Foodborne Illness

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 ...
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Pickling Fish and Other Aquatic Foods for Home Use

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.

Using and Caring for Your Pressure Canner

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.

Foreign Supplier Verification Programs (FSVP): An Overview

Ensuring food safety is becoming increasingly important with the vast globalization of our food supply: learn what the FSVP rule is and what it does.

Washington State Very Small Food Processors: An Overview of What You Need to Know About FSMA

How does the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) affect very small food processors? This question answered, and more, in this pub.

Starting a Community Gleaning Program

Communities across the U.S. utilize gleaning as a way to address food insecurity and food waste: learn how your community can start a gleaning program.

Current Good Manufacturing Practices: An Overview

The Current Good Manufacturing Practices (CGMPs) are vital to food safety systems: learn the minimum requirements—outlined in this publication.

Food Safety Hazards: An Overview

Preventing food contamination begins with production: learn in-depth information covering biological, chemical, and physical hazards in this publication.

Sanitizer Basics for the Food Industry

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.