Some of our favorite videos
We’ve selected some of our favorite videos from across the web that will help you learn more about Food Safety. Use the tabs below to select some of our favorites. Have a favorite of your own? Make a comment at the bottom of the page and we’ll add yours, too!
What the PBS News Hour Has to say about the New Food Safety Bill
Clip from Phil’s Food Sense on food safety
Home food safety myths busted by Partnership for Food Safety Education (PFSE) with a bit of humor added in.
Listen to Alyssa Milano talk about how to eat safely.
Reporter Mark Huffman explains food poisoning is more common than you thought.
Why is food safety important?
With the rise of lower-cost, higher-output large scale factory farms in the last century, food production was transformed forever. On one hand, there is more food available to more locations and for a cheaper price than ever before. On the other, the sheer scale of and density of product on the factory farm (whether fowl, livestock or produce) makes for an environment that is extremely susceptible to contamination, outbreak and disease. In the last few years we as consumers have experienced the consequences of factory farms failing to properly monitor their operations – nationwide outbreaks of salmonella from eggs and peanuts, E. coli from tainted meat and lettuce and the Mad Cow scare. These have resulted in thousands falling sick and even, in some cases, resulted in death. As factory farming continues to grow, it is vital that safe practices are a part of the foundation of our food system for not only our personal health, but for the health of the planet on which we live.
Random Food Safety Blog Postings
- Changes ahead for chicken processing
Posted 27 days ago
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- Food Safety Testing Market (Pathogen, GMO, Toxin, Pesticide) Worth $14,030.2 Million By 2018 – New Report by …
Food Safety Testing Market (Pathogen, GMO, Toxin, Pesticide) Worth $14,030.2 Million By 2018 – New Report by …Posted 4 days ago
The report analyzes the food safety testing and certification market, both, in terms of value and volume. http://www.marketsandmarkets.com/Market-Reports/food-safety-365.html (PRWeb March 08, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/food-safety-testing/market/prweb11645269.htm
- A New Kind of Trailer Park: Entrepreneurs Create Community for Mobile Businesses
Posted 2 days ago
Food trucks and mobile businesses find their homes in parks and malls.
- Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) Guide Introduced by Manufacturing Solutions Expert, Grantek Systems Integration
Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) Guide Introduced by Manufacturing Solutions Expert, Grantek Systems IntegrationPosted 7 days ago
FSMA guide available as a download to help manufacturers understand and prepare for the Food Safety Modernization Act (PRWeb March 05, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/02/prweb11611773.htm
- Food Flavors Market by Type (Natural & Synthetic) Worth $13.7 Billion by 2018 – New Report by MarketsandMarkets
Food Flavors Market by Type (Natural & Synthetic) Worth $13.7 Billion by 2018 – New Report by MarketsandMarketsPosted 5 hours ago
Food Flavors Market report analyzes the market value of food flavors type, based on their application. ( http://www.marketsandmarkets.com/Market-Reports/food-flavors-market-93115891.html ) (PRWeb March 12, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/food-flavors-market/03/prweb11657921.htm
- Mobile businesses devise new kind of trailer park
Posted 1 day ago
Parks eliminate a major headache for customers – finding their favorite taco cart or mobile boutique. As mobile options have increased, patrons have tracked their favorites through Twitter feeds, mobile apps and even GPS
- Schwan’s Given 32 Citations Involving Ga. Plant
Posted 1 hour ago
Federal regulators have issued 32 citations to a Minnesota-based food company involving the firm’s Atlanta facility. The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration describes the 32 citations for Schwan’s Global Supply Chain Inc. as “serious safety and health violations.”
- Economix Blog: How Aid to the Poor Is Also an Investment
Posted 2 days ago
Aid to the poor may seem like classic near-term consumption boosters, yet they have have impacts that last into adulthood for children whose families receive them, an economist writes.
- The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: RadioShack, Amazon.com, Best Buy, Conns and Alkermes
Posted 2 days ago
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: RadioShack, Amazon.com, Best Buy, Conns and Alkermes
- Lawmakers Consider Labeling Genetically Modified Food
Posted 19 hours ago
What do you know about the foods you eat? So many food products include genetically modified ingredients that some groups are calling for labeling.