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A foodborne illness is a sickness or harm caused by the consumption of unsafe foods or beverages. The courts usually apply one of two different tests to determine if a food operation is liable to a guest for any damages suffered from eating their food. One test is the foreign/natural test that determines whether the object found in a dish was foreign or a natural component. The other test is called the reasonable expectation test which determines whether an item could be reasonably expected by a guest to be found in the food.

Clemson's HGIC has you covered when it comes to foodborne illness info.

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Books about food - these can open up a discussion about healthy eating or just be great fun reads!

Here's A Cute Map Of All The Kitchen Tools In The Universe - My dream kitchen will have all of these.

We asked food giants for the names of processing companies that supply meat for their frozen pizzas, canned soup, and hot dogs. Only 2 out of 13 would share the info — even confidentially-- 11 Food Companies That Won't Tell You Where Their Meat Comes From

Get your kids excited about digging into any piece of literature or event from history with this realistic-looking police report form to complete and illustrate. Great for homeschoolers and can be reused on multiple units/lessons. Have fun!

Cooking Tools - illustrated by Lucy Engelman *great handout idea for teaching kitchen tools

As Mill Creek pediatrician Dr. Wendy Sue Swanson says, make half your child's plate fresh fruit and veggies.