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2009-10-08 06:00:00

PARK RIDGE, Ill., Oct. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- If you watched the 2009 season of "The Next Food Network Star" you know that Jeffrey Saad's "cooking without borders" style combines flavorful and unexpected ingredients into simple, delicious dishes in no time. Now, along with the celebration of World Egg Day on Oct. 9, America's egg farmers are pleased to announce that Jeffrey will bring that same global and charismatic style as a spokesperson for the incredible edible egg(TM). (Photo:...

2009-03-23 09:49:00

WOODLAND HILLS, Calif., March 23 /PRNewswire/ -- In light of the recent recall of eggs by den Dulk farms due to Salmonella, California-based food safety expert Jeff Nelken is strongly advising Americans, especially pregnant women, children and those 55 or older, to take precautions when eating eggs at home or in restaurants. More than 93 percent of Americans consume eggs, potentially one of the most dangerous foods in terms of food-borne illness. The Center for Disease Control and...

2009-03-12 10:19:00

National Survey Reveals Growing Concern Over What's Safe to Eat and Who's Most At Risk LANSING, Ill., March 12 /PRNewswire/ -- With the advent of new food safety legislation under debate in the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives, a new national survey reveals that Americans are more concerned than ever when it comes to choosing what's safe to eat, yet are alarmingly unaware of the long-term side effects of Salmonella, one of the most common food-borne illnesses. Conducted by TNS...

2008-06-29 06:02:31

By CHINA MILLMAN Most of the food that's wasted in the United States occurs right at home in our kitchens. Why do we throw so much away? One reason: confusion. We're not throwing things out because we want to but because we're uncertain about how long food lasts and when it's safe to eat. "Best by July 6, 2008." On July 7, should you throw it out? There's a bit of blue mold on the edge of that expensive aged cheddar cheese. Does the whole thing go in the trash? With growing concern...

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