Food Safety for You
Welcome to Extension Food Safety at Kansas State University. We are a leading institution in the area of food safety in teaching, research, and extension. The goals of this program include educating consumers on safe food handling with food preparation, food preservation, food service and more. Many topics are highlighted on this site to help you learn how to safely handle food from the farm to your table.
Hot Off the Press!
September is Food Safety Education Month
Take the challenge! Starting September 1, Prepare Kansas 2016 will provide tips on keeping food safe in emergency situations. This year's program will be conducted through the K-State Research and Extension Facebook page. No registration is required, so Kansans and anyone interested in planning ahead for emergencies can follow on Facebook at any time during September, pick up handy information and interact with K-State extension specialists and agents.
Is It Safe? Information on Genetically Engineered Foods for Consumers
Consumers are increasingly interested in where their food comes from and may be concerned about the health and safety implications of various food production methods. With many different terms such as "organic," "natural," and "GMO-free" being used in food marketing, it is confusing for consumers to know how to spend their food dollars wisely.
Grill it Safe!
Grilling season is in full swing! Be sure to use a thermometer to check meat for doneness.
Key points for produce growers to help growers understand what the new rules mean to their operation.
Regulations and food safety best practices for vendors and farmers market managers.This includes information from the Kansas Department of Agriculture and K-State Research and Extension.