Think Food Safety Podcast
Want to know more about food safety? Listen to Think Food Safety, a podcast highlighting how to keep food safe and prevent foodborne illness. Michigan State University Extension Food Safety Educators talk with food industry professionals to provide information and share resources on hot topics and best practices to keep people safe from foodborne illness. Each episode delves into various topics to bring you the latest in food safety and food preservation information.
Published on August 2, 2022
Laurie Messing, seasoned Food Safety Educator and home food preserver talks with Ghaida Havern, fellow Food Safety Educator, but new to preserving food. Ghaida shares her insight on what important tips and tricks she has learned since she began preserving food including where to find resources, what to start with, and how to be prepared so you are successful as you preserve your harvest.
Published on June 21, 2022
Laurie Messing, MSU Extension Food Safety Educator talks with Lisa Treiber, fellow MSU Extension Food Safety educator, about how to prepare for your food preservation season. It is important to have adequate equipment, ingredients and safe recipes before beginning to preserve food, so let's hear from the experts on what you need to know before the harvesting season.
Published on March 11, 2022
MSU Extension talks with Steve Ellis, a Senior Environmental Health Specialist in Saginaw, Michigan about the importance of getting a food license. If you've wondered where to go or what steps you need to follow to make your food business legal, this episode can help you get started as Steve answers your questions.
Published on January 12, 2022
Kara Lynch, MSU Food Safety Educator talks with Karen Fifield, fellow Food Safety Educator to get a full explanation of the Michigan Cottage Food Law and why some food is allowed and others are not. Discover resources to help you establish your cottage food business.
Published on January 11, 2022
In this episode of Think Food Safety, Kara Lynch, Food Safety Educator, talks with Katrina Sokol, Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development Food Inspector on why some foods are classified as cottage foods and other foods need a license. Whether you are a vendor or consumer, join us to find out more about how to identify the differences and purchase safe food.