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  • Family and Food Safety First this Thanksgiving
    Family and Food Safety First this Thanksgiving

    Eating healthy this Thanksgiving begins with basic home food safety practices that are known to reduce the risk of foodborne illnesses. The Monterey County Health Department is reminding all cooks entering the kitchen this season to follow the Fight BAC!® basics of home food safety: Clean, Separate, Cook, and Chill.

    11/16/2017 5:35 PM

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  • Sixth Annual Adelante Con Orgullo Mujer Inmigrante (ACOMI) Conference
    Sixth Annual Adelante Con Orgullo Mujer Inmigrante (ACOMI) Conference

    The sixth annual Adelante Con Orgullo Mujer Inmigrante (ACOMI) women’s health conference is being held Saturday, December 2nd from 9 am to 4 pm at Hartnell College. This free conference is specifically for Spanish-speaking immigrant women.

    11/16/2017 3:46 PM

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  • Safe Travels Via Salinas Grant to benefit 65+ population and Elementary Schools in Salinas
    Safe Travels Via Salinas Grant to benefit 65+ population and Elementary Schools in Salinas

    The Monterey County Health Department announced today that it has been awarded $130,000 as part of a Safe Travels Via Salinas grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety. This grant will bring pedestrian safety education to the 65+ population and bike education to schools in Salinas. The yearlong grant start date was on November 13, 2017 and will benefit three elementary schools in East Salinas – Bardin Elementary, Cesar E. Chavez, and Dr. Oscar F. Loya Elementary.

    11/15/2017 3:54 PM

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  • Sport-Harvested Mussel Quarantine  Lifted along the California Coast
    Sport-Harvested Mussel Quarantine Lifted along the California Coast

    California Department of Public Health (CDPH) has lifted that the statewide annual quarantine on mussels taken by sport harvesters from California's ocean waters. Paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP) toxins remain at low or undetectable levels along the entire coast. PSP is a form of nervous system poisoning. Concentrated levels of the toxins can develop in mussels and other bivalve shellfish when they feed on certain naturally occurring marine plankton that can increase during favorable environmental conditions.

    11/01/2017

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  • Mann Packing RecallsVegetable Products Because of Possible Health Risk
    Mann Packing RecallsVegetable Products Because of Possible Health Risk

    Mann Packing has issued a recall for minimally processed vegetable products listed below because they may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. Mann Packing is issuing this recall in response to a single positive result found on one of theproducts during random sampling by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency. To date, public health officials have not reported any illnesses associated with these products.

    10/23/2017 9:38 AM

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