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Eating Right When Money’s Tight

Eating Right When Money’s Tight

In “Eating Right When Money’s Tight,” Managing Editor Kelsey Casselbury offers up strategies for saving a buck or two (or more) on your grocery bill while still eating a nutritious diet. If you’re looking for additional tips, look no further—here are five more ideas to implement:

Prioritize your version of health. Some people consider eating healthfully to mean organic produce, while others put an emphasis on rather expensive whole grains, such as quinoa, or grass-fed beef. It’s hard to shell out the money for top-of-the-line items in every food category, so think about what’s most important to you and spend your dollars there. If you want high-quality meat, consider stocking up on frozen vegetables. If organic produce is your thing, stick to inexpensive brown rice as a grain.

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Food Handler Training News

Health and Hygiene for Food Handlers

Health and hygiene responsibilities of food handlers

Are you a food handler?

A food handler is anyone who works in a food business and who either handles food or surfaces that are likely to be in contact with food such as cutlery, plates and bowls. A food handler may do many different things for a food business. Examples include making, cooking, preparing, serving, packing, displaying and storing food. Food handlers can also be involved in manufacturing, producing, collecting, extracting, processing, transporting, delivering, thawing or preserving food.

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