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Undercover Chemical Contaminants and How They Create Food Safety Concerns

That dangerous chemicals are sometimes present in food is not a secret, but consumers—and even health professionals—may not be aware of some of the surprising places these chemicals can come from. Even small amounts of some chemicals can have detrimental effects to the health of those who consume them. For that reason, the elimination of these kinds of compounds is an important task for the upcoming generation of food safety professionals. Curious about where these hidden chemicals come from, and what kinds of effects they can have on those people who accidentally consume them? Here’s what you need to know… READ MORE »

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4 Facts About Listeriosis for Future Food Safety Professionals

Listeriosis is a bacterial infection that can be contracted when an individual consumes contaminated food or water. Every year, about 134 cases of invasive listeriosis are reported in Canada. It’s extremely important that food safety professionals help prevent the spread of listeria, as one contaminated food manufacturing plant could cause an outbreak across a province or even the entire country. As you’ll soon learn in your food safety program, there are many ways that you can work to prevent a listeriosis outbreak. Get a head start on your training by reading about some key facts on listeriosis. 1. Listeria Bacteria.. READ MORE »

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5 Things You Didn’t Know About the Food Industry

People have become much more conscious of the food products that they purchase and consume. In fact, now more than ever before, we are checking food labels to ensure that the products we select meet the levels of protein, carbohydrates, sugar and sodium that food experts deem healthy. However, have you ever stopped to consider that major players in the food industry could be leaving a few ingredients off of that label, or even overstating just how healthy a product actually is? If you are pursuing a career in food safety, read on to learn a few facts about the.. READ MORE »

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