What is the #1 cause of food poisoning?
What populations are the highest risk?
Is cooked rice a health hazard?
Is hand sanitizer a safe substitute for hand-washing?
Food Safety Certification
Member agencies and partner distribution organizations (PDO’s) of Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank must attend food safety training to learn how to receive, store, distribute and serve food safely.
Printable Food Safety Documents
Food Safety Links
- Allegheny County Health Department:(external link)Find out when food safety training is being offered in your area, apply for a food permit, or find answers to other health and safety related questions.
- Center for Disease Control: (external link)Keep up with current health concerns and safety recommendations as well as research and resources on prevention.
- Food and Drug Administration: (external link)Learn the national standards for food, medicine, cosmetics tobacco and other everyday products.
- Food Safety and Inspection Service: (external link)Download resources on food safety education, connect with dieticians and food safety networks, and stay updated on food recalls.
For more information please contact our nutrition department at (412) 460-3663 ext. 402 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.