Monthly Archives: December 2013

Restaurant food safety studies yield disturbing data

In a recent study of restaurant safety practices, 62% of restaurant workers handling raw ground beef with their bare hands did not wash before handling other ready-to-eat foods or cooked ground beef. That was just one of many statistics brought to light by a series of studies of restaurant food …

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CDC finds loopholes in restaurant food safety systems

A series of studies released this week by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and its partners highlight widespread shortcomings in restaurant food safety systems, such as the risky handling of ground beef and chicken and cold temperatures. too hot shipping for leafy greens. At the same time, …

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