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Eggs are back on the menu!

According to the Heart Foundation there is no limit on the number of eggs that can be eaten per week.

Full-fat milk, yoghurt and cheese are also considered a healthy heart option.

But the Heart Foundation says many Australians need to rethink how much red meat they’re eating, as evidence indicates it increases risks for heart disease and stroke and may lead to weight gain. Click here to read the full article.

CFT Food Safety online training covers egg handling and egg storage. Eggs have been declared as an allergen.

Its important to remain up to date in your safe food training! Speak to us about this today.

What you need to know about food recalls

Rachel Clemens from Choice magazine wrote the following advice about why food recalls happen, and how to find out about them.

“At least one food product is pulled from shelves each week in Australia. 

Considering the millions of different foods you can buy from supermarkets and other food retailers, it’s a tiny proportion. 

But the potential harm to us if these recalls didn’t happen – or if we’re not aware of them – can be significant. In some cases it’s a matter of life and death.

So what causes food recalls, and how do you make sure you know about them?” click here to read the full article.