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Category: Events

Deciding what to do with food before, during, and after the storm can be very confusing. If your power goes out, you should know how to keep the food in your refrigerator and freezer safe. Use this blog to learn the steps to keeping your food safe and preventing foodborne illness if the power ...

Posted in: At-Risk | Events | Food Safety | Illness

Photo of a Chinese Hot Pot with food

February 19 marks the start of Chinese New Year. This is a centuries-old occasion when Chinese families come together ...

Posted in: Events | Holidays | Seasonal

February 4 is World Cancer Day and the perfect time to talk about why food safety is so important for the nearly 15 million Americans who are cancer survivors and the 1.7 million people in the United States projected to be diagnosed with cancer this year.


Posted in: At-Risk | Events | Illness
Tagged: Cancer

Photo showing Super Bowl Party Food


Posted in: Events | Seasonal
Tagged: Football | Superbowl

The star of most Super Bowl parties is the chicken wing, crispy and covered in a delicious sauce. If you are going to make wings for your Super Bowl party, follow these steps to make sure your dinner’s star player is safe to eat. You don’t want to get a penalty for giving your guests food ...

Posted in: Events | Seasonal