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Dr. Jay Neal, Ph.D., is an assistant professor at the Conrad N. Hilton College of Hotel and Restaurant Management at the University of Houston. Prof. Neal teaches courses on food safety, sanitation and security. He talks about the nationwide egg recall, the vaccination constroversy and gives consumer tips.
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The Food Patrol gets to tag along with McAllen's chief health inspector for a behind-the-scenes look at his work. Lupe Flores is known to be a pro when it comes to keeping the public safe. He knows inspections are the primary line of defense against dirty dining. Action 4's Ryan Wolf meets up with the inspector during a follow-up visit at Dejarvis Taco off South 10th Street and Dallas in McAllen. Flores checks some of the 27 areas on an inspection as outlined by the Texas Food Establishment Rules. He believes proper hand-washing is most critical to public health. "It's important to wash your hands especially using the restroom and all that," he said. Categories of inspection include temperature, personnel a...
When Houston Public Schools Food health Inspectors Find A School Kitchen that fails to keep foods at their safe temperatures, the inspector simply changes the rules for that school's kitchen to require only that the food not be left out more than 4 hours. Whilch ultimately translates to dumbing down the rules for food handling to even lower than allowed in STATE PRISONS. And is based on the faith that a worker would HONESTLY tell you that the food had been left out for only 4 hours or less. Yea, right!
Listen to Johan Nilsson, VP of Technical Services, talking about digitalisation at the Global Food Safety Conference 2017 in Houston, USA. Learn more: http://www.tetrapak.com/about/cases-articles/global-food-safety-conference-2017
Stephanie discusses Picnic Foods and Food Safety on Houston's only talk show - Great Day Houston. Learn more about Stephanie's online courses to make Clean Eating Easier, Recue your Picky Eater and more, here: http://www.thenutritionmom.com/online-workshops/ Get the recipes from this segment here: http://www.thenutritionmom.com/blog/2015/06/17/great-day-houston-recipes/ Want more recipes, tips and ideas offering Simple - Healthy - Solutions for busy families? Join our online community here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/TheNutritionMomCommunity/ And keep in touch here: Website: http://www.thenutritionmom.com You Tube: http://www.youtube.com/user/TheNutrit... Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheNutrition... Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheNutritionMom Instagram: http://in...
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Planning to enjoy the weather by dining outside this summer? Stay healthy with these food safety tips from U of M's Craig Hedberg, Ph.D. For more Summer Safety Tips, learn more on Health Talk. http://www.health.umn.edu/healthtalk/2013/07/01/summer-safety-tips-enjoying-food-outside/ Video produced by: Jack McTigue, Laurel Herold
What is the impact of the Food Safety Modernization Act on real farmers? In this interview, the Health Ranger talks to Farmer Brad from HomeSweetFarm.com, a CSA serving Houston, Texas with fresh local produce. Farmer Brad talks about how FSMA is causing him to scale back his business expansion plans. "We have actually, this last year as we've been watching this happen, we've been putting plans on hold, and pulling back our business, because we want to make sure we stay in that... so again, that's how this is going to affect the local food system." www.NaturalNews.TV
You can do something to help feed your neighbors in need. Volunteer at the Houston Food Bank at our two locations - our main warehouse and Keegan Kitchen. To learn how you can get involved and volunteer, visit http://www.houstonfoodbank.org/volunteer.