Food Safety Training

4 Reasons Why You Might Be an Excellent fit for Food Safety Training

Trying to decide on the right career path can seem daunting. After all, it’s important to choose a career that is well suited to your strengths and values, and that…
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What Students in Food Safety Training Need to Know About the Matcha Trend

Often, certain ingredients make their way into the public sphere and catch the population’s attention because of their rumoured health benefits. This is certainly the case with matcha, which has…
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Moon Milk: The Sleeping Aid That’s Making Students in Food Safety Training Curious

There’s been no shortage of fun food trends over the last few years. Unicorn frappes, mermaid food, and other beautiful and tasty options have taken over social media platforms. Now…
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An Overview of the Food Technology Involved in Creating Yogurt

The prevalence of bacteria in yogurt products seems strange to many people starting food safety training, so here’s a look at why it’s necessary.

3 Things Students of Food Quality Assurance Need to Know About MSG

Prized for its flavour-enhancing effect on soups, broths, sauces, and fried foods, monosodium glutamate (MSG) is a commonly utilized ingredient in modern food products. Its use has remained consistent over…
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Why Pros with Food Safety Training Trust Canning to Prevent Spoilage

The process of canning as we know it can be traced as far back as the early 1800s and the efforts of Parisian Chef Nicolas Appert. When first beginning to…
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3 Ways Food Safety Training Pros Say Online Food Ordering May Lead To Better Health

How do you know what food is the safest and healthiest to eat? Nowadays, there are so many options—cooking, going out, ordering over the phone, ordering online—that it can be…
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FDA Finally Cuts Trans Fat in Processed Foods

After years of research and consideration, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has announced a trans fat ban, effective 2018. Companies now have three years to either stop using the…
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A Quick Guide to Food Safety for Weak Immune Systems

Many people suffer from weak immune systems. While for some this may be a result of an organ or bone marrow transplant, others may have weak immune systems due to…
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AAPS FTSQ Instructor

AAPS Welcomes A New Faculty Member

AAPS is happy to announce the latest addition to our faculty, Mr. Dinesh Puravankara who will be teaching this term’s Food Quality Assurance and Quality Control program. For over a decade,…
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