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february/March 2018

The EcoSure Food Safety Monitor is a free monthly newsletter written by EcoSure Food Safety & Public Health experts. EcoSure is a division of Ecolab.

don't rely on luck to keep your corned beef safe
Two unrelated outbreaks in the states of Virginia and Ohio set a precedence of the importance of excellent food safety practices to prevent the growth of C.perfringens

food safety doesn't take a spring break

Follow these steps to lower your risk of getting sick and ruining that long-awaited time off.

Top causes of 2017 recalls
Although there are some differences between the government agencies FDA and USDA, undeclared allergens, Listeria monocytogenes, foreign material, E. coli and Salmonella were among the top causes of recalls in 2017. 

ask mandy - February/march 2018
What are some changes in the newly released 2017 Food Code?

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The EcoSure Food Safety Monitor is a free monthly newsletter covering federal and state regulatory updates, current research, seasonal food safety issues, "hot" topics in food safety and more. The newsletter is written by EcoSure Food Safety and Public Health Manager Mandy Sedlak.


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