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Category: Food Outside the Home

by Robin Woo, FDA Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition

Traveling to other countries – and staying healthy – requires planning, preparation, self-discipline, and vigilance.

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) inspects international facilities that make FDA- ...

We look forward all year to our summer vacations. Whether you’re camping, hitting the beach, boating, or relaxing in a mountain cabin or beach house, you’ll probably be packing food.

Spring has long been the time of year for annual spring cleaning projects around the home. When it comes to safe food handling, however, everything that comes in contact with food must be kept clean all year long — including the refrigerator.

You probably keep your refrigerator at home ...

Tagged Office | Refrigerator

The higher you go, the longer it takes food to reach a safe temperature. Whether you live at a high altitude (as do one third of Americans) or vacation there for hiking, camping, or skiing, it’s important to have a food thermometer to make sure food reaches a safe minimum internal temperature. ...

Shopping at a farmer's market is a great way to get locally-grown, fresh fruit, vegetables, and other foods for you and your family. From 2008 to 2009, the number of farmers' markets in the United States increased by more than 13 percent, a sign that fresh produce and other food items are ...

Tagged Cheese | Cider | Juice | Market | Milk | Produce

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