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How to set up a HACCP Food Safety RSS Feed

Setting up a HACCP Food Safety RSS feed is one of the easiest ways to keep up to date.  A HACCP food safety RSS feed is used to get content delivered directly to your email inbox without having to visit a heap of different websites every day or every week.

A HACCP food safety feed allow you to be informed about the latest issues and what is going on in the world of HACCP and food safety. You can set up a feed by using the following steps.

 

What is RSS?

RSS stands for ‘Really Simple Syndication’. RSS is like a news reader and is a format that current information or recently updated information can be delivered to readers like you and me. As the person reading the information or content, you can subscribe to different RSS feeds.

 

Direct to your website browser

1. Click on the RSS button on your selected website. The RSS button generally looks like this:

2. Follow the instructions from then on.

 

Get a food safety RSS feed Direct to your Email

I subscribe to a number of different HACCP food safety feed and they get delivered directly into my Microsoft Outlook in-box. This method is also very easy to set- up.

1.   In Microsoft Outlook – click on RSS Feeds (generally found in mail folders)

2.   Right click on the RSS title and there will be an option that appears called “Add a new RSS feed”. Click on this and a box will appear asking you to put in the feed location.

HACCP Food Safety RSS Feed

3.   Just type (or copy/paste) the feeds and click add

 

Recommended HACCP food safety RSS feeds

Here are a few feeds that I subscribe to. You can copy and paste the feeds into Step 3 (Direct to email) or other feed readers that you may use.

HACCP Mentor https://haccpmentor.com/feed/

Food Product Recalls http://foodproductrecalls.com/feed/

Australian Food News http://www.ausfoodnews.com.au/feed/rss

 

What is your favourite RSS Feed?

Let us know what your favourite RSS feed that you subscribe to. Simply add to the comments section below this post.

 

 

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