Category: Food & Eating

Turkey Trouble: CCE offers food safety tips

According to the CDC, the second most common bacterial cause of food poisoning is Clostridium perfringens, and outbreaks occur most often in November and December. Meat and poultry are responsible for 92% of outbreaks. To avoid poisoning yourself or your guests, CCE-Tompkins County offers tips for safe turkey handling, including: Don’t thaw the turkey at […]

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Fluid Milk Packaged for Consumption – Processing & Testing for Quality & Safety

Fluid Milk Packaged for Consumption – Processing & Testing for Quality & Safety Tuesday, September 1, 2015 at 8:00am Food Science Conference Center, 148 Stocking Hall on the Cornell Campus in Ithaca, NY Cornell University’s Department of Food Science is pleased to offer a workshop in Fluid Milk Packaged for Consumption – Processing & Testing for Quality […]

Food Safety Systems Workshop offered at Cornell

Announcement from the Cornell Small Farms Program: HACCP/Food Safety Systems Workshop at Cornell University Wednesday, August 19, 2015 → more dates through August 20, 2015 Food Science Conference Center, Room 148 Stocking Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY Cornell Dairy Foods Extension is pleased to offer a HACCP/Food Safety Systems Workshop, with a self-paced lecture section online followed […]

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ServSafe Food Handler Course

ServSafe Food Handler Class Friday, June 12, 2015 Learn how to handle food safely to prevent a foodborne illness from occurring.The ServSafe Food Handler Course covers the basics of food safety for people who work or volunteer in food service settings. (It is not a certification course, but participants will receive a Certifi… Read More »