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How Long Is Food Safe in the Fridge Without Power?

    It’s fair to say that we rely on electricity more than we like to admit. We need it to process our customers’ payments, cook their food, and power our fridges and freezers. If the worst should happen and your place of business doesn’t have electricity, how long is food safe in the fridge without power? […]
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    Is It Safe to Eat Freezer Burned Food?

      When you enter the food service industry, you will soon realize there is a lot to learn. Perhaps one of the most important things, though, is food safety. You want to serve only the best food to your customers, and you want their experience to be memorable for the right reasons. With that in mind, […]
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      Can Coronavirus Live On Food?

        There’s no denying that the SARS-COV-2 coronavirus has changed the way we live our lives. It has also had quite a dramatic impact on the food industry, with food handlers having to adjust the way they do their job to keep everyone safe. But a question that’s on many people’s minds is, can coronavirus live […]
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        Tips For Defrosting Frozen Food

          You might not think twice about leaving frozen ingredients on your kitchen bench at home to thaw out. So, you might believe that such methods will always be suitable for the food industry, too. However, as you will learn when taking a food handlers safety course in Texas, there’s a right and wrong way to […]
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          How Long Does Food Poisoning Last?

            Food poisoning or a foodborne illness encompasses over 250 different disease-causing germs like rotavirus, E.coli, and salmonella. The causes of food poisoning can be many, but most of them are caused by viruses, bacteria, and parasites, which you will learn about while studying for your Texas food handlers license. Some of the most common foodborne […]
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