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Carl LaFrate

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I can answer food safety questions relative to food processing, retail food and food salvage after a catastrophic event such as a hurricane, flood, ammonia leak or fire. Questions related to HACCP, Regulatory, GFSI, SQF, BRC, liability issues, contamination events, pest infestation, pest control methodology,food safety defense, pathogen prevention such as L. Monocytogenes control in food processing and retail, any subject related to food safety including at home issues.

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2016-12-24 Precooked meat package:

Sorry this took so long to answer. I have been away and I forgot to inactivate my account while I was gone. Your product should be safe to eat as long as you kept it refrigerated. The swelling could be

2016-12-09 food poisioning:

I don't think this is food poisoning because the onset of your symptoms was so quick. It could be an allergic reaction to something in the food. There is a slight risk it was mold on the mushrooms so i

2016-11-17 Store freezer problem:

I don't think there is an issue with the safety of your purchase. It would take a long time for the product to thaw out even if the door was partially open. The freezer compressor would keep turning itself

2016-11-17 Store freezer problem:

I don't think you have anything to worry about. The turkey breasts had not thawed out so they are safe to eat. There really isn't an issue here with the safety of the turkey breasts. Good question though

2016-11-09 Using expired milk in recipes:

It will be safe to eat if it was kept under refrigeration after the custard is cooked. The cooking process is the controlling point. It should be consumed within 7 days after cooking since spoilage organisms

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