Research from the College of Nursing and Health Professions aimed to find out why people wash raw poultry – despite knowing it’s a health risk – and how they might get people to change their risky behavior.
Tag: food safety
Q+A: The Technology Saving Our Salads (And Other Tasty Foods)
A sprinkling of plasma-treated water might be the perfect dressing to keep our salad greens and other vulnerable produce free of contaminants. It has been more than a decade since U.S. consumers have faced a […]
Tips to Cook Your Bird Safely This Thanksgiving
Frying fails, under-cooked or burned to a crisp are all scenarios to avoid if you’re cooking a bird this Thanksgiving. Rosemary Trout, head of Culinary Arts and Food Science in Drexel’s Center for Hospitality and […]
Hot Tips! Five Things to Know about Temperature and Food Safety this Holiday Season
As the temperature drops outside and things heat up in the kitchen, it’s important to consider safe food handling as part of your holiday baking protocol and other celebratory preparations. Keeping your friends and family […]
Don’t Wash Your Chicken: What’s the Cluck?
The “Don’t Wash Your Chicken” food safety campaign developed by Drexel researchers in collaboration with New Mexico State University has made a big splash in the news over the past week or so – and […]