American Hygiene Habits Getting Worse: International Study Reveals More Illness-Causing Germs Than Ever in American Kitchens
PARSIPPANY, N.J., July 15 /PRNewswire/ -- American hygiene habits are going downhill and kitchen surfaces continue to harbor illness-causing bacteria that can threaten families, according to a new international study released today from the Hygiene Council, sponsored by LYSOL((R)) brand ...
JEWEL-OSCO(R) Hunger Relief Grant Program Helping to Fund Area Food Pantries & Soup Kitchens
Grant Application Deadline: August 14, 2009
ITASCA, Ill., June 10 /PRNewswire/ -- JEWEL-OSCO, a leading Midwest food and drug retailer, announced today that the company will begin accepting applications for its "Hunger Relief Grant Program," designed to fund the operational needs of food pan...
Poor Hygiene in Ulster Hospital Kitchens
Food hygiene standards of hospital kitchens
have come under spotlight following a consumer survey which found evidence of dirty cooking// equipment and cockroach infestations in some NHS facilities.
A review of hospital hygiene inspection reports for some 50 UK hospitals, including some in Ulst...
Seattle Sutton's Healthy Eating Opens Arizona Franchise
...and know they'll be a great addition to our franchisees."
About the SSHE Franchise Concept
SSHE Corporate and its franchisees operate kitchens
that supply meals to distributor locations, retail establishments where clients order the healthy, prepared meals and obtain their meals for the week ...
More Than 5,000 Expected for Greater Chicago Food Depository's 24th Annual Hunger Walk on Saturday, June 20, at Montrose Harbor
...epository will join the march against hunger to benefit food pantries, soup kitchens
and shelters in Cook County.
WHAT: A 2.5-mile, noncompetitive walk ...tributes donated and purchased food through a network of 600 pantries, soup kitchens
and shelters to 500,000 adults and children in Cook County every year. Last...
American Academy of Disaster Medicine's (AADM) President Comments on U.S. Public Health System, Discusses Swine Flu Infection and Prevention
...t with plenty of washed fruits and vegetables, and get regular exercise
d) Avoid prolonged contact with individuals who are ill. Keep bathrooms and kitchens
6. Can I take any medicines to prevent swine flu, and there medicines available for treatment?
There are no medicines, over...
Rutgers Study Reveals A Need For Basic Kitchen Know-How
...nce. "We learned that families generally are keeping nutritious foods on hand, so our challenge is to help parents learn to turn the contents of their kitchens
into healthy meals. The CFA gives families ways to get those ingredients off the shelf and onto the table, helping to deliver necessary nutrition, con...
Marine Corps Launches Inaugural Marine Week in Chicago, May 11-17
...icago who have provided their support from the home front.
Throughout the week, Marines will work alongside Chicago citizens volunteering at food kitchens
and community parks; sharing stories of service to their nation with local students; conducting musical performances at area landmarks; encouraging ch...
Red Cross Readies Shelters As Flood Waters Threaten to Top Levees
...cy Response Vehicles (ERVs) are providing mobile feeding and more are on the way. More than 50,000 ready-to-eat meals are already on site, and mobile kitchens
are deploying with a capacity of serving 15,000 meals a day.
Even as the Red Cross is assisting the residents of North Dakota and Minnesota, seve...
Food Safety Expert Offers Tips to Be Safe in Wake of Costco & Safeway Egg Recall
... Don't be afraid to ask how food is prepared when dining out. Make sure kitchens
practice food safety preparation. kitchens
should not save egg wash, use batter containing eggs from one meal to the n...
...ular, enjoyed as condiments, appetizers, spreads, and additions to salads and sauces. Their heart-healthy oil has is also enjoying superstar status in kitchens
around the world.
The olive's reputation as a health food is being borne out by modern science, as studies of olive-consuming Mediterranean peoples...
Research explores role of hydrogen peroxide in cell health
... WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. Hydrogen peroxide, the same mild acid that many people use to disinfectant their kitchens
or treat cuts and abrasions, is also produced by the body to keep cells healthy. Now, researchers at Wake Forest University School of Medicine have so...