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Tag: Summer

 fresh lime on bed of ice

You’re going on a road trip. Did you know your best friend for food safety is that cooler of yours,  the one quietly sitting on a shelf in the garage? The same ...

Questions received to USDA's Meat and Poultry Hotline about grilling meat and poultry increase during spring and summer months.  In anticipation of the unofficial beginning of the summer grilling season on Memorial Day weekend, I have put together some of the most frequently asked questions that ...

Picnics and barbecues with family and friends are part of summer fun. Make sure they stay fun by remembering that foodborne bacteria can multiply rapidly in summer temperatures. To protect against foodborne illness when eating outdoors, follow these simple food safety guidelines for transporting ...

Tagged Summer | Holiday

You’re out on the boat at last, and looking forward to catchin’ some rays and maybe even some fish. The last thing you need is food poisoning.

But like a lot of boaters, you could be taking chances. Too much sun on a hot day can make perishable food dangerous.

Perishable food and ...

Tagged Boating | Summer | Water | Fish

No ants, no bees, no food poisoning!  What better way to celebrate a beautiful summer day than with a picnic outside at the park, at the beach or even in your own backyard.  Here are some tips to keep your picnic perfectly safe:

Tagged Picnic | Summer

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