Safe food is something we may take for granted. Thousands of people in Ontario suffer from food-borne illness (also known as food poisoning). Food has the potential to make us very sick if it is not handled and prepared correctly. It’s key to take the right steps when handling food to keep it safe.
It does not matter if you are handling food at your home or at the restaurant you work at, food safety is in your hands. Proper handwashing is an important part of preventing food-borne illness.
Any food can be a hazard for a person who is allergic or sensitive to it.
Tips on preventing food poisoning.
Keeping perishable foods protected during a power outage can be done safely.
Warning are issued when there is a health risk associated with a product.
Information on inspecting Huron County restaurants and food premises.
Prevent harmful bacteria from making you or others sick.
Course details and dates for Huron County courses.
Information to help ensure ensure your event or market meets food safety requirements.
If you have a question please call us at 519.482.3416 or toll-free at 1.877.837.6143. Ask to speak to a public health inspector on the Environmental Health team.