Our food is prepared and served in homes, in delis and diners, fast-food restaurants, in school and workplace cafeterias, from food trucks on the street corner and delivered to our door within 30 minutes of placing an online order. We eat a magnificent variety of foods collected from potluck supper tables, picnic baskets and lunch boxes. With all of these choices and variables, the foodborne nanobugs have plenty of opportunities to get inside you and cause foodborne infections. Learning more about the foodborne nanobugs and where they might be lurking, can help you avoid foodborne illness and the nasty vomiting, diarrhea and fever that go along with it.
Whether you are a soccer mom, a “lunch lady” at an elementary school, a food handler at a restaurant or a busy office worker who eats lunch at your desk, we have programs, tutorials, and products that can help you avoid the foodborne nanobugs and teach others some valuable avoidance techniques.