No matter what you're cooking, food safety means more than just washing your hands. Here you'll find a wealth of information on keeping your family safe from food-borne illness.
Chicken and Food Safety: An Easy Guide
Bacteria are everywhere, and while most are harmless or even beneficial to humans, others can make you sick. All foods, including meat, fruits, and vegetables have the potential to cause food-borne illness.
Chicken Farmers of Canada and Food Safety
As a founding member of the Canadian Partnership for Consumer Food Safety Education, a national association of public and private organizations committed to educating Canadians about the ease and importance of food safety in the home, we have a role to pl
Back to School Food Safety Tips for Parents and Students
Once again, children are heading back to school and it’s time to remember the basics for sending them off with safe (and healthy) lunches.
Food Safety at Home: Myth Busters
We’ve heard for years that chicken needs to be handled and cooked properly because of the potential for harmful bacteria. Bacteria are everywhere though, and while most are harmless or even beneficial to humans, some can make us sick.
Spring Clean Your Way to a Safer Kitchen
When you're shaking off the winter blahs with a good spring cleaning, take the time to target harmful bacteria that can lurk on kitchen surfaces and even in your refrigerator.
Storage and Thawing Guide
How and how long you store chicken is very important to keeping your food safe. When freezing chicken, always label it so you know how long it’s been in your freezer.