Posts
fs-preserve-food-small

Tips and Hints to Preserve Your Summer Bounty

You’ve grown it, so now what do you do with it? You can only eat so much when it is fresh from the garden.

BY Lydia Medeiros,Linnette Goard | July 24, 2014

fs-listeria-small

How Listeria Enters People’s Homes, Kitchens, and Lives

Infection from Listeria monocytogenes typically occurs in individuals with a weakened or suppressed immune system. Here’s how it happens and what you can do to prevent Listeria from entering your home.

BY Lydia Medeiros,Susan Baker,Patricia Kendall | June 24, 2014

fs-toxo-small

Cats, Pregnancy, and What to Do About Toxo

If a woman is first exposed to Toxo during or shortly before pregnancy, she has a 20 to 50% chance of passing it on to her unborn baby. Cats are the carrier and exposure to the parasite in the cat’s feces can lead to food contamination, and then human exposure.

BY Lydia Medeiros,Susan Baker,Patricia Kendall | June 20, 2014

fs-foodborne-pathogens-final-small

What Are Foodborne Pathogens and How to Prevent Them

Each day someone becomes ill from a foodborne illness. Here are some tips on how to stay safe.

BY Jaime Foster | May 8, 2014

Page 2 of 3«123»