More Great Food Safety Information from The Ohio State University

BY Martha Filipic | August 19, 2014

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Nearly every week since March 1994, Chow Line has been answering questions about food, nutrition and food safety. It has grown into the place to find research-based, factual information presented in a simple, practical form.

My goal is to help cut through the clutter of food claims and bring you the most up-to-date guidance about the food that you eat. I work with a knowledgeable team of faculty and we love getting your questions about food safety, food products or nutrition to answer in future columns. Just email me at filipic.3@osu.edu.

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Some of my previous food safety related columns are listed below. Hope to see you soon in the Chow Line.

–Martha Filipic
College Communications
College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences
The Ohio State University

Find What Terms On Meat Labels Mean
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Safety First at U-Pick Farms
June 2014. Some great tips on having fun – and, staying food safe.

Be Sure Produce Is Washed Properly
May 2014. Grow your own? Buy from farm markets? Or, buy for supermarkets? Washing is still important.

Labeling Genetically Modified Food
April 2014. A topic we all need to know.

Enjoy Seafood, But Do So Safely
April 2014. So important for all of us, but especially if you are pregnant.

Be Safe: Always Use a Meat Thermometer
March 2014. Grilling out – then, you need to read this!

Wax Off, Wax On? Waxed Produce OK
Feb 2014. Perfect for our summer bounty of produce.

Make Food Donations Count
Jan 2014. Donated food – is it also safe food?

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