School Of Mines Researchers Invent Listeria DetectorResearchers at Colorado School of Mines have come up with a way to protect our food. Their invention can actually prevent the spread of foodborne diseases. It's a faster, easier way to detect Listeria bacteria.
Denver Chipotle Customers Didn't Mind Changing Lunch Plans Because Of Food Safety EducationDenver customers were on board after Chipotle closed all of its restaurants nationwide for a few hours on Monday for efforts to educate its workers about food safety.
Chipotle Says Criminal Investigation Widens Over Food SafetyChipotle says the scope of a previously disclosed federal criminal investigation has widened beyond a single restaurant in California.
Avoiding Summer Stomach SyndromeSummertime means picnic time ... and with it comes the risk of eating more than you bargained for: germs. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida has a quick reminder on some food safety guidelines that will help make your cookout a safer one.
Salmonella A Big Concern For Shoppers At Colorado GroceriesConcerns about a salmonella outbreak in chicken have prompted King Soopers grocery stores on the Front Range to take a brand off its shelves.
Colorado Restaurants Take Care To Avoid Poultry ContaminationRestaurants across Colorado typically take precautions to avoid poultry contamination as part of their everyday food safety routines.
Monday Medical Tip: The Five Second RuleSo you've got this really tasty treat, and as your raise it to your mouth ... it tumbles to the ground. But wait -- if you hurry, you can salvage that treat. Or not. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida looks at the research behind the so-called "five-second" rule.
Serious Stomach Virus Getting Closer To ColoradoA serious stomach virus is traveling across the country and has gotten as close to Colorado as Kansas and Nebraska.
Colorado Company Hailed As Innovative On Food SafetyLeprino Foods' Greeley plant is being recognized for it's food safety.
FDA Proposes Sweeping New Food Safety RulesThe Food and Drug Administration on Friday proposed the most sweeping food safety rules in decades, requiring farmers and food companies to be more vigilant in the wake of deadly outbreaks in peanuts, cantaloupe and leafy greens.
Woman Unsure About Meat That Was Sold By SalesmenA Denver-area mother who wrote a check for nearly $400 to a door-to-door salesman who was selling meat says her story should be a warning for people in similar circumstances.
Colorado Governor's Ag Forum Addresses Food SafetyThe governor's annual forum on Colorado agriculture is featuring discussions on food safety and how to reduce outbreaks.