Category Archives: Food Safety

Scrub Your Grub!

By Laura Slatalla, Recent ASU Nutrition Student Step one, before cutting into vegetables or taking a bite of fruit, is to wash all produce. Produce needs to be washed to get rid of any dirt or bacteria picked up along … Continue reading

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The Antibiotic Marketing Scare

By Bailey Roden,  Arizona Farm Bureau Intern Are you worried about antibiotics being in your beef you purchase from the store? Well, I’m here to put that issue to rest. Many people all over the world have been falling for … Continue reading

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The Food Industry: Helping us Ensure Food Safety

By Lauren Scott, Arizona Farm Bureau Intern Food safety is important and will always be important. Recently, Walmart has started providing food safety advice on some of their bags. The bags feature the title ‘Food Safety,’ and show the temperatures … Continue reading

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Stop Being the Biggest Cause of Food-Related Illness!

By Julie Murphree, Arizona Farm Bureau Americans ate an average of 117.2 pounds of fresh and processed fruit per person in 2013, down from a high of 131.4 pounds in 1999, according to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). … Continue reading

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Which is better: Fresh, frozen, or canned?

By Lisa Kaschmitter, Arizona State University Nutrition Student  When it comes to fruits and vegetables, eating them in almost any form is a great thing and Arizonans, like most other Americans, are not filling their plates with nearly enough of … Continue reading

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