"Foodborne illness is a common, costly—yet preventable—public health problem. CDC estimates that 1 in 6 Americans get sick from contaminated foods or beverages each year, and 3,000 die. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) estimates that foodborne illnesses cost more than $15.6 billion each year." Center for Disease Control"

Sanitation Workshops consist of current trends in the world of sanitation as it relates to the food service industry in America.

Topics include;

  • Follow the Four Steps to Food Safety (Clean, Separate, Cook, Chill) 

Following four simple steps — Clean, Separate, Cook, and Chill — can help protect you and your establishment from food poisoning.

  • Germs and Illnesses of Food

Learn what causes food poisoning and who is more likely to get a food borne illness.

  • Preventing Food Poisoning

Learn how to protect your customer from Food Poisoning and what foods are most associated with Food Borne Illnesses.

  • Symptoms of Food Poisoning

The most common symptoms are tell tale signs of food borne illness.

  • Food Borne Outbreaks

Learn about food borne outbreaks and investigations into thoughts outbreaks.

  • Food Safety Challenges

Learn how food gets contaminated and about antibiotic resistance in germs in food.

  • Food Safety and the Center for Disease Control

Learn about the food safety modernization act and the role that the CDC plays in food safety.

And More

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Mid-Atlantic Safe Food Certification, llc