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Keep Food Safe Blog

Okay, so it’s your turn to host the annual Thanksgiving feast. Aunt Sara has been cooking turkeys for 40 years, and Cousin Rachel is a gourmet cook. Can you tackle a turkey without being traumatized?

Yes you can!  Believe it or not, taking care of “Tom” isn’t that tough, and it can...

Posted in: Holidays

Halloween is a fun time of year for all ages. To make sure ghosts, witches and spiders are the only things to be afraid of on Halloween, follow these food safety tips:

Posted in: Holidays

Outbreaks caused by eating contaminated sprouts--“sproutbreaks”--have occurred every year in the United States since at least 1995. These episodes have taught us that sprouts are a risky food to eat.

Sprouts were found to be the cause of a devastating outbreak of Shiga toxin-producing...

Posted in: Reports and Recalls
Tagged: Sprouts | Raw | Outbreak

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-...

Our new “Cook It Safe!” campaign helps you prepare convenience foods safely. Whether you’re grabbing a quick snack or preparing a big meal, here are four important tips to follow:

Posted in: Kitchen Safety

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