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.
30 years experience as a food safety consultant working for the top food processors, food retailers and insurance companies that write liability policies related to food processing, storage and distribution. My firm employees 6 full time food safety auditors. I work for top law firms throughout the USA and am a staff consultant for Douglas Peterson and Associates, one of the top forensic engineering firms in the world. I also work with Risk Solutions International, a global leader in risk management.
New York State Association for Food Protection, past president, executive board Central Atlantic States Association of Food and Drug Officials
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Syracuse University, Microbiology/Biology NYS College of Environmental Sciences, Plant and Environmental Biology Cornell University, Food and Dairy Processing
Wm. Hickey Award (2006), NYS Association for Food Protection, for contributions in the field of food safety and sanitation New York State Integrated Pest Management Award (2007), NYS Assoc. for Food Protection, for contributions in the filed of integrated pest management.
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There is no risk that your truck or the recycle bin is contaminated with microorganisms associated with food poisoning (or anything else). Botulism can not grow under these conditions as even though the
Sorry this took so long to answer. I was away on vacation and could not access my email. It would be best to throw away the bacon since it was out of refrigeration for more than 4 hours. If you ate it
I wouldn't be concerned at all about this. There is no documented risk associated with postal irradiation practices and frankly I doubt it is even done routinely. Probably done possibly if something is
The food processing company will likely be held responsible for the salmonella contamination but the restaurant will also likely be named in the lawsuit. The insurance company you have will file a claim
The slimy condition you see is an indication the cooked ham was either left out of refrigeration at some point or it was held under refrigeration for too long. It is a quality, not a food safety issue