If you believe you have become ill due to food poisoning, call 911.
These facilities include restaurants, grocery stores, convenience stores, bars, liquor stores, hotels, motels, mobile food units, and temporary food vendors. Pottawattamie County Inspections are conducted by the Iowa Department of Inspections and Appeals.
Keeping Food Safe
Pottawattamie County has compiled a series of resources for keeping food safe:
- FAT TOM
The six favorable conditions required for the growth of food-borne pathogens.
- TCS Foods
Foods that require time and temperature control for safety.
- Personal Hygiene
Wash, wash, wash, and use gloves properly.
- Labeling Ready-to-Eat Foods
Know when foods can be used or need to be thrown out.
- Safe Minimum Cooking Temperatures
Make sure to cook your foods to the right temperature!
- Food Allergens
Information for parents, schools, and restaurant managers.
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