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I recommend checking out the toilets of a restaurant to see if the staff care about cleanliness (and consequently food safety). When you complain and get fobbed off, however, that’s a totally different level. It doesn’t matter what rules you have in place if the culture is just wrong.
A report is currently being misquoted as saying you are twice as likely to get food poisoning from restaurants than from home. We tracked down the original report and discovered that’s not what it said. What did it say, and where are you most likely to get food poisoning?
What can be more important than catching up with a friend at a cafe? It turns out the answer is “watching the waitress wipe down everything with a cloth”. Now what?
We have the usual suspects as well as a couple of unexpected appearances in our “Top 10 Causes of Food Poisoning”.
A teacher expresses their frustration on Facebook about not being able to engage students in practical demonstrations. Glitterbug is the ideal answer for hand washing training.
Glitterbug cameo appearance on Jimmy Kimmel I don’t know if you can call it a cameo appearance or blatant product placement, but face it, there is no better way to demonstrate how to wash hands than with Glitterbug… Will people listen to Jimmy? Probably not because it is too removed. What will they respond to? […]
The Rotten Food Cookbook video highlights why the book was first written, and how one dish can change your entire reputation.